The river, we saw, flows to the sea. The N’chi’wan’a (Hanford Reach) That’s the Grasslands of Setah Creek smoking up the air. That’s rather disingenuous. A river is a flow. This is […]
I was talking about the mind of the wilderness. If you want to refresh the conversation, have a look here: The Mind of the Wilderness. Some Mind at Work The rose bush […]
Well, let’s get right to the heart of it, this is the mind of the wilderness. Big Bar Lake Wetland Even in the dry grasslands, everything comes to water and everything leaves from […]
Ah, for the love of flatness. As I mentioned: in flat energy fields, the red dogwood creating heat by turning red in the spring sun and “flattening” out the seasons, and the […]
Thick water, on the verge of freezing, will do just fine. Hyper-cooled water: an untapped resource.
To move forward, let’s move forward and show our ends. This is your mind on roses. Gaps, Tracks and Crosses of Mind They feed and shelter birds, protect young seedlings from deer, […]
Well, here it is, Okanagan Lake, a fjord lake over-deepened by a melting glacier and filling a gap some 1600 metres deep. The rock in the background of the image below is […]
Let’s put this simply: Artificial Intelligence is not a new invention. In the concept of a world that achieves action through balance … Ponderosa Pine male and female flowers ready for spring. […]
Consider the willow. She is, um, willowy. A withe, we say. A wheel. A welter. A twist, a roll, a waltz and a wave. A voluminous wale, walk, and most of all […]
Imagine, if photography were recorded in water and in the nature of water: there for a moment in fluidity… …and then, in the nature of fluidity gone. Consciousness crosses elemental boundaries.