It’s fun to go out and read the weather by looking down, too. It gives a longer term view. For instance, the really poor shape of the early season cheat grass below […]
We could look at the world from within the world. There are the scales, or shells, of willows, that open into the light, but there is also the space they open into. […]
Here in the depressurized zone east of the Coast Mountains, they will soon be absorbed back into the air. They have only alighted for a moment on these cottonwoods, like birds.
These are clouds. Just a bit of Okanagan bedrock, yes, but, yes, clods , or clouds. Here are some more clouds, or clods, clots and thickenings. Just a few clouds torn by […]
I want to draw a correspondence today between leaves and soil. I think it’s pretty cool. First, here are some leaves doing just fine without soil. Welcome to mullein. When it finishes […]
Here’s some soil: It’s a series of shelters, which capture water, minerals and heat, and amplify the conditions for light and seed germination, in the warm area in the first millimetres above the […]
As the eclipse ended tonight, I saw the evening skies over the open Pacific off of Vancouver Island, way up there. What a beautiful storm!
Our earth is not just a glob of rocks … spinning around the sun, and not just vast seas of water sloshing around at the pull of the moon … … but is also […]
Spring is here, friends, and it looks like this. That’s some mighty fine fog rolling over from the “Head of the Lake Indian Reserve”, isn’t it. That falling action, though, that’s part of […]
Water is mysterious stuff. So is air. Sometimes air holds up water.Sometimes water holds up air. But there’s something else going on. Mud.What you’re looking at here is the bottom of a […]