All the water and balance we need is here.
The earth is a plane of balance. After all, it spins. Whatever humans do to the earth changes the balance it achieves. It’s the same with birds. I suspect they did this. […]
The blue bunch wheatgrass of the West, the signature grass of the Intermontane Grasslands, the beautiful one herself, stands straight and tall, until her seeds grow heavy and weigh her down, but […]
Tangled, twisted, thin and nearly weightless flowers and twigs … … give rise to nearly weightless, flittery birds. It’s not the line of evolution that calls for attention but its balance.
From the smallest … … to the largest … … it is one.
The bubbles of air that have been drawn by wave action concentrated by an opening and closing gap on the ice of Okanagan Lake, go no further than the crack. Under the […]
Both are cheating gravity by using its tension to provide the ladder of form. That’s life!
Some people look at the flax, that used to keep people clothed in the cold, and think, “My, that makes life worth living.” And other people just whack it down. […]
Trees exist to bring light into darkness, to immerse it in liquid and draw it down into the darkness of the earth. Following the light through all the faces of a tree is […]
In honour of my 500th post in this exploration… The Okanagan Okanagan Nuclear Reactor at 500! With a nuclear engineer, even! Hurrah! …I’d like to ask a question of the ideal university. […]