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.
Monet was definitely onto something. The touch of the sun to the Earth varies continually. It is a story. So, we can make an exchange. Light tells. Light is the telling..
It’s great when you put yourself out there and wait and wait and wait… … and then one day the guests come. Thanks for visiting my blog, eh!
Light travels at 299 792 458 metres per second, and if you can’t see that, don’t worry: you almost can. When cloud is pushed very high by heat, and thins, and spreads out to […]
See, here’s the thing about the globe in the sky. You can make it yours, as the Oregon grape does in bloom… … or you can gather it in as the […]