It’s simply beautiful how it is done. First, water sorts out the finest grains of silt, and deposits them on the surface of low points in the earth, filling them in. Then […]
When you rely on animals brushing up against your seeds, or pecking at them, to knock them to the soil, it’s best to fall over with the weight of your flowers, so […]
White folks make land claims, too, even right next to the sacred hills of the Sinlahekin. It’s not just for the Sinlahekin, or the Methow, over the hill in the distance. If […]
This wetland beauty is what a real tourism is made of. I witnessed busloads of Asian tourists scattered across pastures in Iceland, to take pictures of exquisite light. The timing, the location, […]
Well, she thinks so!
If I had done the ethical thing and turned the land surrounding my house into a desert of rocks to conserve water, this butterfly would not have come today to feed. All […]
Note how the damselfly in the water is tall and full of energy, while the one on the butt of the birch log is weary and weighed down by the weight of […]
The sun was too bright to look at, even in 90% eclipse today, but I got a couple images for you. First, a peach in my garden taken at full eclipse, against […]
So, what of it, eh. If settlement had taken a different turn and adapted to local cultural knowledge and traditions, and “colonialism” wasn’t even a word, what would we see if we […]
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