You look like a trio of signets traversing a lake en pointe.
Now that you mention it...
I watched a docu. last night in Norwegian, I think, with sub-titles as well as some spoken English: it was about a large sailing ship exploring into newly-opened waterways in Greenland (due to melt) and it was rather strange listening to the topics (mindsets?) that the various 'scientists' and artists and snappers along for the ride were discussing. I liked something one of the artists said, to the effect that artists know nothing, and that's pretty much what makes them special - tick.
Later, they were in a Zodiac-style thing and approaching the edge of a glacier and it looked very black; one of the guys said that it was creepy, as if nature was saying get the hell away from here, you don't belong. Mostly, they talked about the meaning of life. An interesting theory was that as we progress, we always outstrip the planet's ability to cope with what we do, that it's ever cyclical...
One memebr of the crew, a lady, was wearing a T-shirt that read: Fuck Everything. Become a Pirate.
Of course, it was all happening at around the time when programmes are half-seen and half-dozed through... what was
reassuring, though, was when one of the scientists said that we shouldn't worry about the end of life as we know it, because, deep down below the surface there are all manner of creatures waiting their turn to come to the surface of the planet to assume their rôle. I felt so much better that I went to bed happy.