When is an invasive species not, well, an invasive species? Chinese Elm Fooling Around With Light and Shadow Because it Can I mean, a really invasive species, with a kazillion seeds that […]
The Earth has been fruitful! It’s time for summer’s spiders to get at it! Beautiful, aren’t they. This is the third year in a row that they have overwintered and hatched on […]
In Canada, the apple’s desire to attract animals is put behind fences. Should any animal get in other than a human, it is killed. The law allows for this. The apple, however, […]
Willows are creatures of the sky. Appropriately, if I wander through them and look up, I see the sky through them, broken into small gaps. That is appropriate. The sun is a […]
These wild currants were just humming with bees today. None were domestic bees. Bumblebees and some mid-sized black ones, very sleek. For the first time in years, no insect pests, no damaged […]
Because the mourning cloaks do! It’s a good time to go ruin your shoes. Go on, now. It’s worth it.
Fare well, voyagers! What a day for space travel!
Muscular. An Oyster Without a Shell Bare. A Head, With its Body Under the Sea Treed. A Mouth Speaking. A Head Opening Up. Bodies. A Double-Headed Person with a Shared […]
At Rialto Beach, you make a musical instrument. It plays you, and you are the music. You might have left it as a message for the sea, but the sea will take […]
They diversify habitat. That has to be a good thing. Especially after humans have simplified it. Go, dogs, go! This sagebrush branch left by a dog on the side of the Grey […]