Don’t be so sure! I mean, when there are hungry sharp-shinned hawks around, a squirrel’s gotta do what a squirrel’s gotta do, eh.
It is a wave breaking on a shore. It is sifted by trees that hold the night within themselves. The sun enters the water, and shines from there. (In the image below, it catches a […]
Five days ago, I found a psychological diagram attached to a dropped hand-out for the truth and reconciliation process for creating healthy selves in adults who had suffered personal or cultural violence during Canada’s residential […]
Beauty is a signature that a human was present, using its bodily senses to measure the precise balances in a landscape and to align its body with them. Some beautiful early morning […]
When lakes take to the air, they get curious … …and I am glad (which is the completion of curiosity, in this odd binary language we are trying to converse in.) It […]
Five days ago, a billion frogs crawled out of the Big Bar Lake wetland, and sunned on the Otter Marsh trail, while looking for some mud to overwinter. Yes, those are […]
When people first looked out of this rock shelter in the Grand Coulee, there would have been no scree on the cliffs on the far shore of this ancient river, but there would […]
A pigeon laid it.
Water flows overhead. Land turns below. Between them … … sun and wind are one, and gravity moves water … … as if it were the molten metal at the earth’s core. This […]
Every house is a representation of a human body… … including social representations of that body … … and its cognitive sense of itself, inviolate in otherwise empty and invisible space… So, […]