The Pacific Crab loves rain, swamps and wet feet.
She is the forest rain that has drawn wood and air to herself after flowing through them and picking up their energy on the way through the forest to the earth. Look at her catch the sun’s rain below.
Malus Fusca, November
Categories: Cider, First Peoples, Gaia, Indigenous Farming, Nature Photography, Water, Water Farming
I followed you a while back and have been very interested in your point of view – and your beautiful photos. I moved to the Seattle area from NYC a few years ago and am loving getting to know the land here. Your sense of that land – a bit different in your area but part of the bigger northwest picture that I embrace – is what draws me in. Lovely light and colors above – you too are the rain, drawing the water in and releasing it here.
Thank you for the lovely note! Welcome to this great, living land.
Wet berries and cool background. Love it.