At sunrise, the light reflects off empty windows that are set up, nonetheless, for the view. Every night, it’s like this, this loneliness and vulnerability. This emptiness. Don’t worry about me. […]
Canadians are such nature lovers. Look how this family has spent $1,000,000 easy to build a bird house… … for swallows! No expense spared.
Yes, the grove of trees is open for whatever staggers in off the road. The sign says so, and we’re supposed to read the signs, right? Caw, caw, caw. As you can […]
After four decades, some things kind of break down. It’s the way of things. But, still, a green house past it’s tomato nursery days is still a great place to hunt out […]
Here’s a glimpse into the nature of ritual, a favourite human way of dressing the naked world in the stuff of the mind. Here’s the world, on Discovery Passage, on the East […]
And now for the backstage view of the Okanagan, that artwork installed in the channel between the basalt seas of the Northeast Pacific Shore. Colonialism 101 The thing about an alien invasion […]
In Zurich, this is nature. A sobering thought. Or, rather, it is a school sports field. Note the tree. It is placed where there is room. Note as well the aesthetic, architectural […]
Sturdiness is a prime attribute for construction on the high plateau. Cleverness is better. After all, there are hawks.
At a certain point, when physical and social urban space is continually built out of practical considerations, usually the manipulation of people for purposes of efficiency and budgetary accountability, the city becomes […]
Here’s a trail in the grasslands. Note the old house to the right of the trail. Ya, the round brown hillock. You got it!Here’s who lives there. Weaver ants! Thatch, in the earth, […]