but that borrowed from and condensed them.
Railroad cut known as Green’s cut, on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway about one and three-fourths miles west of Dedham, Carroll county, Iowa. Section shows loess *, Kansan gumbotil *, and Kansan drift.
(cropped from border, squared)
illustrating George F. Kay (1873-1943 *). “Pleistocene deposits between Manilla in Crawford County and Coon Rapids in Carroll County.” Iowa Geological Survey 27 (Annual Report, 1915, with accompanying papers) 1917 : 213-231
Harvard copy, digitized August 24, 2007
epigram from Aaron Cutler’s interview with film maker David Gatten, regarding the making of his The Extravagant Shadows (2012).
...that replicate the process of condensation within a glass of water, allowing for things that are in the air to be fixed, find new form, and group together as visible, light-catching substances. What I’m trying to pull out of the air is language.
aeolian deposition; condensation; loess
David Gatten; G. F. Kay