I’d like to talk ethics today, with East Germany in view, though, because it was a society that allowed an alternate vision, not only of what might have been possible (good and bad), but into […]
I’ve been trying to say something useful about Goethe this week, which is a tough thing to do with a writer who was used for nationalist purposes ever since his youth in […]
I will now try to do what even the Goethe Museum in Weimar fails at splendidly, despite putting on a big show and charging something like 10 Euros to see it, which is […]
Yesterday, I pointed out parts of the scientific colour theory of the poet, statesman and early scientist Goethe. That theory is based on the belief that a science built from a foundation of […]
In the northern fringe of the Intermontane Grassland of the West, the grass mingles with water and trees. Oregon Grape, Kalamalka Lake Here’s another view: The earth generates colour here on contact with light […]
The Canadian stretch of the Okanagan-Okanogan is not just the northern tip of a vast intermountain grassland created by the pressure effects of wet air being desiccated on its rise over the […]
A society that ignores the old gods lives without them. And dies without them.
Sulfur Cinquefoil Graffiti (government owned electrical substation wall)… And with a little help from her friend Sagebrush… Wild lettuce graffiti, too! With help from Mme. Cheatgrass! Compare the human version: Same thing!
Little guy. Big guy. Don’t be fooled. These critters get close to 5 centimetres long. They are extremely curious, and when spooked will immediately return to keep their two big eyes on […]
First the workplace, nothing but the best … Mariposa Lily … and then the worker. Just because a flower is a worksite, doesn’t mean you have to dress down. Beautiful Furry Bee […]