Deep on Gabriola Island, there’s something worth smiling about, but what? Ah, a car fuel tank. Among the vegetable beds! It’s as simple as that.
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 […]
I tell ya, have a look. Life forms growing wild. Pine, alfalfa, big sage, red dogwood. All tangled. Wild. Or maybe not. Have a gander at the image below. Just a half […]
Thick water, on the verge of freezing, will do just fine. Hyper-cooled water: an untapped resource.
Here are two examples of the gapping energy I showed you the other day. For the original please click here. First, the magnolias at Bahati Farm. This darling is 38 years old […]
After four decades, some things kind of break down. It’s the way of things. But, still, a green house past it’s tomato nursery days is still a great place to hunt out […]
In contemporary, light-dominated culture, brightness is an intensity of light energy, like this: Winter Sun on Okanagan Lake The original, Earth-based meaning of “bright”, however, is an opening, which fills with […]
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. […]
Imagine if your mind were one dimensional. Tomato Field But that’s an artifice, a trick, a tease — in short, an illusion. It operates like a mind, although it’s only a trick […]
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.