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Cold, clear skies

January 7, 2014
By Aileen O’Donoghue , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Snow and ice are piled everywhere as we settle into deepest winter. The high-pressure systems from the Arctic that bring the most severe cold, also bring startling clear skies allowing the sun to glint brightly off everything frozen and stars to seem close enough to touch. The snow squeaking beneath our feet seems ordinary stuff we've known since childhood, while the stars seem distant wonders. And yet without the stars, we would not have snow.

 
 

 

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