How do you know there’s a lake behind the hill? Like this: View Over the Commonage Towards Kalamalka Lake, Vernon Just keep watching. That’s the trick. View Over the Commonage Towards Kalamalka […]
Molten Snow, Okanagan Landing After six hours of sun. Twenty minutes before sundown. Horizontal light.
Mix overnight snow, late morning sun, dry air and mid-afternoon shadow, and, ta da! Bugs Well, OK, energy fields built from the molecular bonds of water molecules at any rate. In so […]
The universe is consistent. When the solar system formed, light molecules, such as water, spun off to the outer edges, where they formed comets. A billion and a half years later, the […]
This is the season of travellers. A couple hundred showed up yesterday, as the last of the sun burst in under the clouds, with its deep orange rays come in horizontally from […]
A camera lens is a device for making images of light. It does not capture the light, as leaves can do. It does not do the other things that a human eye […]
I’ve been walking around these last couple days as the earth turns its shoulder away from the sun and the sun comes in lower and lower angles through the grass, sometimes just […]
If Isaac Newton could remove colour from human experience of the world and silence it as a subject of scientific investigation simply by reducing it to a pattern of mathematics, and … […]
Yesterday, the world froze mid-breath. Here it is, so you can breath some more of it… … because when I saw it turn into the sun … …I stopped breathing … … […]
First … wonder, then … more wonder.