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Popular Shopping. For the first time since the passing of his wife and partner, Jeanne-Claude, Christo sets out to realize, The Floating Piers, a project they conceived together many years before. Runtime: min. Insects walk on water, snakes slither, and fish swim. Email required. David L.
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Streets in Sulzano and Peschiera Maraglio, where visitors arrived, were also draped, along with the buoyant pathways. The project, whose roots reach back several decades, is credited to both Christo and Jeanne-Claude, who died in Eliding an explanation of the roles of major and minor players often muddles the narrative; a case in point is the sequence about who bears responsibility for overcrowding on the floating piers.
In one extended sequence, the octogenarian argues with Yavachev over the weight of a chain that will anchor the fabric to the floating pier, and in another he rails at a weary crew for improperly unfolding and draping the fabric. Midway through the documentary, bruised from a fall and momentarily assailable, Christo stalks out of the frame. Paounov cuts to black and then to an open window, the shining pathway in the distance. And even more fun to ski over it.
You can drill a hole in the ice and go fishing, or visit a site where a larger hole is maintained and go swimming. Thick ice occasionally disrupts Baltic shipping lanes, but for the rest of us, it brings a sense of adventure and a breath of fresh air. Islands become closer, suddenly just a stroll away, directly across the bay, instead of requiring boats or bridges.
When conditions permit, municipal authorities plough ocean ice-skating tracks several kilometres long. The ocean beside the Helsinki neighbourhood of Ullanlinna, not to mention the rest of the Finnish coast, becomes a park and playground when the sea freezes over.
Photo: Tim Bird. Finns take to the ice to enjoy a sunny promenade. A skier passes in the distance, framed between random blocks pushed up as the ice strives against submerged rocks.