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Study of Temporary Public Spaces: Ice Walking

8 March, 2009; 21:20 Leave a comment Go to comments

Just a 2-minute walk from home is Brunnsviken, a bay of the Baltic harbor that is so cut-off, it feels more like a lake, and it freezes over just as easily as a lake. On a cold, sunny winter day, lakes and channels like these become public spaces in their own right, with people out for some walking, skiing, or skating. Or in some cases, to grab a hot dog.

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