Friday, December 18, 2009

Spock On Ice

Now that Spock has suitable winter wear, he wanted to go out on the ice and take some tricorder readings.

Spock: This is extraordinary. The water is frozen solid and the surface is covered with frost formations.

Spock: Fascinating. I have never seen anything like this before.

Spock: It is actually a bit hard to take tricorder readings with mittens on...

Spock: ... but it is too cold to take them off. This place sure has arctic characteristics...

Spock: The crack in the ice shows how thick it is.

Spock: The frost balls are extremely fragile. They shatter from lightest touch.

Spock: I must get some closer readings of these frost formations.

Spock: Fascinating.

Spock: I have plenty of readings to analyze afterwards.

This is what the ice looks towards the shore. It is like a black mirror, completely spotted with these frost balls.

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