A syilx friend has pointed out that every plant grows in relationship with another, and these relationships lead to antidotes and other companion uses. So, rock, brittle prickly pear, and desert parsley […]
The first line of defence. Pops With the Klaxon Ready The second line of defence. The fortress. The final line of defence. Keep low and use your natural habitat to advantage. ~ […]
Is this image a record of a trick of light? Or is this image made by looking at a wetland the way things are? Do we see through darkness to the earth […]
Imagine if you were a leaf eating light. You’d eat one set of wavelengths if you lived in the water… The water would transmit flow. … and another on land. The air […]
You wouldn’t want to put your hand into the sun, and yet, when it is concentrated, and brought inside a living chain of hydrogen and carbon… …when it is right there before […]
Everybody twists. Just not at the same level. Fascinating!
Out in the wetland… …the Thule reeds teach the way. One just has to watch them over time. If one slows down to a span of three or four years, one can […]
As the sun nears the horizon, the grassland reveals itself. Note the shift of colours towards red. That’s largely because cheatgrass, which has now gone to seed, dominates for a few weeks, […]
Ah, freedom! You can just smell it, eh. Chief Emmitt Liquatum of Yale in 1881. What do you see? A leader a generation past a genocidal invasion, in which Gatling guns set […]
What we do to grape vines. What they want. Got that? Thoreau said, of apples, that what we do to them we do to ourselves. Grapes, too. And art.