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Subject: Re: Woman Skates On Frozen Lake, But Then The Camera Zooms Out And
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On Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 3:01:20 AM UTC-5, David_B wrote:
> The woman in this video looks like she is completely at home outside in 
> the winter snow. Three-time bronze medalist and Olympic alternate 
> Elizabeth Putnam may have spent much of her life practicing and 
> competing on the world’s best rinks, but she’s most comfortable skating 
> on a frozen lake in the middle of the wilderness.
> The stark, stunning beauty of the mountains of British Columbia is the 
> perfect backdrop for her exceptional skating talent. The ice of the 
> frozen lake is not perfectly groomed, and the outdoor temperature is not 
> carefully maintained, but Elizabeth skates as if she is competing for a 
> gold medal — perhaps even better. Without the pressure of competition, 
> she can embrace the grace and emotion that accompanies her skating.
> This particular frozen lake is at an elevation of 2,500 feet and can 
> only be reached by helicopter. Pilot Bradley Friesen not only delivers 
> her, but it is from his helicopter that this uniquely stunning video is 
> captured.
> Enjoy! :-)

Beautiful and graceful, Thanks.

Mort Linder