I was talking about the mind of the wilderness. If you want to refresh the conversation, have a look here: The Mind of the Wilderness. Some Mind at Work The rose bush […]
Look how the doe and her daughter come over the hill in the fog. She comes first, clears the sage, and stops. This puts her daughter behind, screened by the bush. There’s […]
As waves come onto the shore of the Pacific, they re-create the gravitational field of the Earth, laying it down in music… San Josef Bay, Vancouver Island … along with the gravitational […]
Deep on Gabriola Island, there’s something worth smiling about, but what? Ah, a car fuel tank. Among the vegetable beds! It’s as simple as that.
Here is the Similkameen Valley in The British Columbia. This is the land that holds me, and which made me, just below the foreground slope (Mount Kobau). Just behind it is the […]
You’d have a good time, I’m sure. It would draw thoughts away from Winter-Is-A-Catastrophe and Global-Warming-Is-Ruining-Things-This-Month-Alone. And that’s a good thing. Oh, and Birds. They look like flowers up there, don’t […]
Well, let’s get right to the heart of it, this is the mind of the wilderness. Big Bar Lake Wetland Even in the dry grasslands, everything comes to water and everything leaves from […]
Ah, for the love of flatness. As I mentioned: in flat energy fields, the red dogwood creating heat by turning red in the spring sun and “flattening” out the seasons, and the […]
I tell ya, have a look. Life forms growing wild. Pine, alfalfa, big sage, red dogwood. All tangled. Wild. Or maybe not. Have a gander at the image below. Just a half […]
Thick water, on the verge of freezing, will do just fine. Hyper-cooled water: an untapped resource.