River, run, Rhine, Herons, Assmannshausen am Rhein Rhone, stream, Strom, flow, fleuve, current, rapid, cataract, these are all one word, a Celtic word, for life’s excess, that streams, that rrrrrrrrrrrrrs. It is […]
Today I launch an ongoing resource for the Okanagan, as we collectively work towards a sustainable future, out of our unsustainable present. This and future posts will be collected under the heading […]
Lake, right? Big lake, big fun! Pshaw. 150 metres above that lake. Rocks! Not just any rocks, either. Lake rocks, river rocks, and rocks that have fallen off a cliff, all together. […]
Who needs a nest, a web, or any of that fooferall that ties a girl down so… … when the mustard … … ah, the mustard … … does it all for […]
Between darkness and light …… the great trickster let me come close …… between darkness and light. His message was this:Reading those words is a journey between worlds.
Poisoning the land in the name of putting food on peoples’ tables … … is pointless when as soon as a crop is sown … … more weeds rise up than were […]
Respect given is respect received. Power given is returned in the same gesture. Columbia River Photography pales next to this.
Changes in language are created by girls as they pass through puberty. Who better to names these berries than the syilx girls who traditionally picked them, between the birds, and the deer? […]
Back in the Cold War, this was one of the most secure sites in the world, bristling with anti-aircraft defences against a nuclear first strike. Now it’s a dry hill beside an alfalfa field. It […]
Note: Since this article was written, Canadian Art has corrected its geography, and now describes its outpost, correctly, as in the Interior. That is welcome. The critique of elite privilege is still […]