Rock (and marmots)… … rock and water … …the thing that makes them similar is you. Here, the same signature shows up again, in an old gold mine in Conconully. Fascinating, isn’t […]
When the tension of light on the surface of water is randomly broken, the water no longer looks like water. The random patterns are more attractive to the human mind. It’s because […]
It’s a cactus thing. Ospreys are grassland birds, too. So are trout.
The saskatoons are getting ripe, and what a year for them it is. Some people don’t seem to get it. I mean, the earth gives gifts, and (*&^!!@#!! A week ago, that young […]
The Similkameen River makes a big bend to the east at the foot of Chopaka and Hurley Peak (the left and right peaks below) A few ridges and fifty miles to the […]
I went looking for the two Cayuse sisters, the beautiful twins. Coyote brought them salmon, and continues to watch over them, like the good dog he is. Before I found the sisters, […]
What’s in a name? Lots. To US American culture, this batholith is called “Beacon Rock.” Kind of a lighthouse, really. When you see it, you know where you are, from a distance. To […]
Unfortunately, he practiced phenomenological philosophy (PPP! whew!) instead.
Most trees in the Okanogan and the Okanagan are scrub growth that grew up after the land that was the people was ethnically cleansed to create wilderness. The pines below, victims of last […]
The tree is the leaf’s shadow, but to get there it had to sacrifice the leaf to light, a shadow of shade.Schroedinger would be pleased.