It’s a mystery. Trees grow straight up. Not towards the sun, though. That thing comes in at every crazy angle. I mean, why don’t trees grow towards that dawn instead? But no. […]
The day does not begin with land. It is only part of the day because it was there from before and its motion allows the day to open. And we say this, […]
It’s simple. Settler culture in North America is not about settlers, but about a culture created by settlement, which propagates itself and forces everyone to live by terms set by men in […]
Look at the lake receiving water from the sky. Up there, water begins as a vapour, becomes drops, which grow, become heavy and fall. And then they dissolve into each other again, […]
Beams of light, we say, meaning lines. Dusk on the Big Bar Esker Beams of light, we say… …meaning trees. A beam is a Baum, the Germans say, a bough, they say […]
Ah, the sun. Here, you can see it leaving its molten body for a day in the sky. The colour shift indicates a change in mood. It’s not that at night it […]
The lake moves around. One kind of wisdom would say it is from changes in temperature and pressure. Sunrise, for instance. The sun sure does amplify the lake.. But is it the […]
Fishing. Lake Owner. Fishing. Camp visitor. FISHING. Cottagers. (Powered, floating docks allow one to have a dock without paying foreshore rights.)
The day begins… … and goes on … … as it ends. There might be a “red shift,” but orange doesn’t mess around.
Monet was definitely onto something. The touch of the sun to the Earth varies continually. It is a story. So, we can make an exchange. Light tells. Light is the telling..