Silence and longing
What you see in the photo is a person perched on a birch. What you cannot see is the temperature (about 10 degrees below zero), although you can see the layer of snow that covers, like a shroud, that completely dead landscape.
The image was obtained in Omsk, a region of Siberia where the internet connection appears wherever it pleases. In this case, she has wanted to demonstrate in that tree, about 10 meters high, and that is where a poor naval engineering student who studies remotely has gone to look for her since the pandemic closed the educational centers in her area. There you have it, balancing with your computer, to connect, as every day, to Zoom.
Everything, then, in order. We would give you an A with no need for you to be tested. Now, how did the young acrobat discover that just at that point in space a thread of the Net worked in which practically the rest of the world lives happily trapped? We have no idea, but it did and it shows the dependence generated by those invisible frequencies that connect us to the world. If you live in a somewhat isolated place yourself, you will have already found that unique, at the same time magical corner of your home where there is mobile coverage. I spent two days in a rural hotel where you could only talk on the phone sitting astride the bathroom bidet and with your head tilted slightly towards the shower. Outside of that spatial point, everything was silence and longing. I tried to find out how the hotel owners had found that location, but they preferred not to tell me.