Ah. A doe. Blessed be.
Just, like, hanging out at the lake, checking out the hoarfrost, but what’s this? First, the geese left in the fog. Bye, you crazy lot! And then the gulls got worked up. […]
I’ve watched loons intimately for 25 years, and I just noticed a couple of splendid bits of camouflage for the first time. The light was right. First, the tail. Not only does […]
Today, I have been seen by the spirit of the air. I like that.
Beautiful, isn’t it. This, too. Note the patterning in this kind of thing. Sure, it was carefully framed, but oh so many frames were possible. They all have pattern. They’re all beautiful. […]
This is an old growth forest full of weeds. The sage brush is the weed … … not the bunch grass. Sagebrush is an indigenous plant, but it comes in a bit thickly when […]
Oh, here’s a person: Your writer says hi. When you get a whole bunch of persons together you get people. Like this: Plateau Men Fishing, Celilo Falls on the Columbia River, c.1950 […]
The approach … The donor (?)… The destination, bucking a strong wind … Towards the second point on the left (Kalamalka Lake)… The prize… The problem … […]
There’s nothing like a hunt for mice and housecats …. … for romance. Form helps. And doing it together. (Even though one has to work to keep up.)
Yesterday, I showed an image of the heron rookery in Vernon, which is, truly, a beautiful thing, and called it Oh to Be a Heron in the Springtime. Click here to see […]