Slush may be the most powerful weather force of all. This is a well studied conclusion, most recently corroborated by the instant slow-motion that befalls the inhabitants — longtime and those passing through — of an otherwise bustling city. In the face of slush, everyone is forced to take a few extra steps to cross a street and waiting for the next green walk sign seems less of a bother. And while snow is the coveted wintry backdrop, slush, snow’s less desirable incarnation, provides an apt canvas for the muted movements in an urban landscape.
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