Henry David Thoreau argued that industrial agriculture and slavery were expressions of the same impulse, which led towards the replacement of common experience and trade with private […]
Late in the winter, or early in the spring, the frost, followed b ty thaw and rising sun, will turn these rose hips sweet … … right when they are needed. That’s […]
There are no bees in Iceland, to lie on their backs and tickle them with their feet. Glad to help.
I’ve watched loons intimately for 25 years, and I just noticed a couple of splendid bits of camouflage for the first time. The light was right. First, the tail. Not only does […]
They leave a little grain behind … … and till it in with their digging, and it grows among the flowers.
Scientific culture tells us there is no relationship between this energy … … and this energy … … or this one … … but it does propose a series of material causes and […]
Two years ago, a mama bear taught her cub how to find grubs at Big Bar Lake, by knocking the cap off this old tree carcass. This year, as a two-year-old kicked […]
It isn’t abstract. Concrete Forms of Water, Mass, Gravity and Light Nice work by the raindrops, eh! “Abstraction” is just a cultural term, signifying a preference to live within a certain group of […]
If you crush up black bedrock and strew it around, you get predatory spiders, and nothing else. This is a fire landscape. They clean up. Anyone who knew this land would know […]
Somebody loves snow buckwheat. Best not to plant lavender in its place, don’t you think?