Global Warming

Global Warming

Camera: Sony DSC-P41
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Focal Length: 5 mm
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Exposure Bias: 0/10 EV
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Image Width: 2304 pixels
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Date and Time: 2007:08:22 12:26:02
Temperature: 21.6 °C

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  1. Josh Heisler says:

    I am not exactly sure what you are getting at with global warming and ice from an arena. I interpret this picture as a culture of Canada. Hockey being so important to Canada and how we use the technology that we have to make sure we are able to play hockey on ice year round. There are many places that can only have ice in their arena's in the winter because the technology they in the arena cannot fight with the warm summer temperatures. Having the ice from the Zamboni is a symbol that there is ice inside that building. I do not think there is many people that would be amazed that there was a pile of ice outside an arena if they are from Canada. Most Canadians understand how important hockey is to the country and to get better you need to practice year round, therefore technology needs to be able to keep water frozen even with temperature outside the building reaching temperatures that could melt the ice in no time.