It seems so logical, doesn’t it. That “Spring” is the time in which life returns to the Earth and “springs” forth on a great cycle between birth, maturation, ripeness and death. And […]
It’s a crazy thing, this idea that there’s a thing called settler culture, this notion that the foundation of a culture was set in colonial times and that’s that, but it’s really […]
This is the Head of the Lake. Really, it is the “head” of the “lake”. That’s not a metaphor. It’s a sacred place. People with bulldozers have tattooed it a bit, so […]
This is about as dense as they get. It’s beautiful, but why? What does this do? Or, what limitation creates it?
The bees that will pollinate the Nootka rose in the background here can only do so because of the willow in the foreground. Every year is a journey that starts with willow […]
The way we look at grass says a lot about our world. For instance, from a cattleman’s perspective, the bunchgrass below is something to graze. From a longer perspective, it is something […]
Compost requires labour and tillage. In other words, it is a renewable input. It is one that mimics natural processes, or interjects materials into them. I guess it is a bit like […]
First, a Canadian apple tree: Then a Welsh one. Then a Canadian one. Or a bunch, really. Then a Welsh one: Four years old, and the Canadian ones are dying.
We are killing geese again. This is stupid. Have a look at the natural range of Canada Geese in North America: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Canada_Goose/maps-range. Pretty much everywhere, really. Now, here’s the director of a […]
That’s what Christ is up to in Aberdaron, Wales. Like, if he was standing on the world, the rainbow message would not be quite right. Similarly for this pine, reflecting in a […]