The Canadian Government has recently released an economic action plan. It’s a bit exhaustive and exhausting, but worth a walk-by. Click here to have a look. Bring some friends along. Coyotes, maybe. […]
Rocks aren’t all born alike. Here’s one from an old glacial river running along the ice that once filled this valley. Note what a light snowfall has done here. The stone has […]
Under the snow, it’s spring. Under stone, it’s the same. Where the sun intensifies and molten water collects, it’s spring. This is when the rock is mined for nutrients that feed the […]
Blessings. The darkness is falling back now. The sun is coming back. Look who showed up today in Penticton. What ancient symbols of renewal! A pigeon and Russian Olives (a kind of […]
Houses are built in Canada to keep out the cold and keep in the heat. The latter, they are poor at, but when the heat leaves, more is added. Of course, this […]
Elms are made out of spaces where there is no light, within light, limited by having to be connected to each other yet arranged so that they both lead away from each […]
Ah, the sun. Here, you can see it leaving its molten body for a day in the sky. The colour shift indicates a change in mood. It’s not that at night it […]
Catching the sun might seem easy. It moves quickly, though. And has no clear source. Is it here? Is it there? Some choose to just wait. Others realize that it’s not about […]
Just because humans are vertical pillars with the seeing bits at the top doesn’t mean the world works from the top down, too. Or from the bottom up, for that matter.
The day begins… … and goes on … … as it ends. There might be a “red shift,” but orange doesn’t mess around.