Flowers taste good. More flowers must taste better. Whoa! That’s more like it. Yeah. Keep your eye on the hawk. That’s it.
Poets, photographers, sculptors and painters know how to read. That might seem commonplace. What I mean is that the knowledge dancers have of the movement of their bodies in space is embodied […]
Cascadia rises out of the seabeds of the continental plains, where a hot, conductive current rises from deep in the earth and shears and curls around the impenetrable ancient rock of the North American […]
As the eclipse ended tonight, I saw the evening skies over the open Pacific off of Vancouver Island, way up there. What a beautiful storm!
Here are some images of music (or mathematics) from Yellowstone. I know, we’re all used to hearing music, but look: Dramatic stuff! And we’re used to viewing photographs as visual artefacts, I […]
Above the Yellowstone Hot Spot, deep in the caldera of the super volcano, Mammoth Hot Springs cover hundreds of acres of ground — just a tiny corner of the heat coming up […]
This spring cub is about to meet its first winter. First, berries. There are a couple of species of “bear berries” in our mountains in the Northwest, but these sparse ones are the […]
Although Yellowstone is not the park called Yellowstone and begins far outside of that art work, millions drive past the gatekeeper on their way to the art work’s entrance. Bad manners, I […]
Yellow Jacket Wasp Because of her mighty sting, she’s a good one to imitate. This beetle is doing well by it. So is this mantid fly. In return, wasp pretends to be […]
I looked into the eye of the Grand Prismatic Spring, and she looked back. Now I know whose country this is. Midway Geyser Basin, Yellowstone