When one insect …. … crawls, buzzed on nectar … …out of a mariposa lily and flies off to the next flower … Zebra Wasp Takes Wing … another insect that was over […]
I was reading Prefix, a classy Canadian photo magazine, and there it was: a discussion of photography that wasn’t locked in time, but which presented lengthy images of particular views, rather than ones at […]
The mariposa lily and sweat bee dance is late this year, by calendar reckoning, but just on time by the measurement of sun and rain.I’m thrilled that they are here!
The future starts today. The Tsilhqot’in people have been recognized by the Supreme Court of Canada as having title to their own land. It has been a struggle lasting over 140 years. […]
I mean, don’t cut into a hill on the syncline side of the mountains. The water leaks out, and then ……mosquitoes. See these guys? Don’t come back tomorrow, I say. Sheesh.
Well, either that or it means nothing here in the grasslands of the North American North West. Beautiful, though.The way it busts up concrete is also beautiful, don’t you think?
As a writer, I’m pretty used to changing points of view. For instance, we could have another look at that line by reading, “The guy with the grey hair and the green […]
Is this smoke bush wild? No. It was planted to give some red colour to a lot of green shrubs. Is the fact that it is growing a “wild” characteristic? Perhaps, but wouldn’t […]
There is a seed in the pile of broken glass below. To put it another way, humans see. The earth seeds. They are the same thing. See? Making Seed: Male Sumac Flowers in […]
Mourning Cloak drinking at the mud hole (leaking pipe)… Western Swallowtail in the vetch (feral forage crop). Old one at the watering hole (irrigation leakage and trail flood.) Things have come […]