Well, the wild asters are blooming in the ruined grasslands, and the last of the wild bees are coming in, and, I tell you, this is not how humans do the deed.For […]
Black-Throated Hummingbird Always watchful, with his brothers and sisters, he weaves this northern land with the tropical sun.
Yellow dock at work merging the sun with water and carbon dioxide. Beautiful lung!
Some people look at the flax, that used to keep people clothed in the cold, and think, “My, that makes life worth living.” And other people just whack it down. […]
This is a post about this: Just an old building in its last days. Sure. Look more closely at the foreground with me. OK, so now the nitty gritty. I do get it, […]
Petrochemical agriculture is a program that uses statistical risk assessment to balance the need of farmers to extract a capital profit out of farming commensurate with the profit to be extracted from […]
It’s too easy to do it wrong. View of Spallumcheen Farm from Swan Lake A 10,000-year-old lakebed gets thrown up into the wind while boaters get ready to be pulled around […]
To see the spirit of a tree, look in the water. There is a movement.That movement is the tree. It is a form of breathing. It is there the tree reveals […]
In each season, the rowan takes on a different spirit. Now, it is the time for the hummingbirds. Sure, we could say that trees, especially trees with exposed dead twigs, are one […]
Cascadia is the place where water, air and land meet …. … in waves …. … and boundaries. The stones here … … are also part of the mixing of water and […]