There is something about the sound that the blades of your ice skates make when digging into natural ice that hits me deep within. It is a cross between the sound of someone hand-sharpening a large machete on a stone and that primal, hollow echo pang that a solid lake makes when being pressured. When the thrusting steel hits the cold surface, it is initiated. And when you are at a distance, watching several skaters go by, you hear what amounts to a symphony orchestra. This is extra relaxing when you listen while taking a break from gliding along!
Watch another of our Markzware Adventures with some of the Markzware Europe crew skating at lunch this January day in Delft, outside of Holland:
Markzware Adventures – Skating on a Frozen Lake
Thank goodness this one of our Markzware Adventures went smoothly. Reminds me of how FlightCheck preflight solution helps print workflows to go smoothly. During prepress, FlightCheck can preflight many file types in: