Yesterday. Last night. Footsteps. Notice how they broke the lake (gasp). Trudge, trudge, trudge, trudge… Sometimes it got kinda wet. See what I mean about breaking the lake? Today. Philosophers at work.
The sun rises in the east? No, not really. It materializes in the fog. Sure, objectively, the earth turns, and there the sun is, ta da, but, seriously, look: But is it […]
It used to be that Canada geese, those endearing and silly honkers, flew south to the United States for the winter, and then came back north. Now they honk around the Okanagan […]
Water is beautiful when it freezes. Over pebbles, far below the freezing point. Splashed with air, right at freezing. Thanks, geese. Holding the sky separate from the sky. Thanks, geese. Bridging an open […]
There’s not just one way to do it, either! Loads of noisy fun, but when you finally get in synch, so very fine. The cold’s a drag, though. You have to […]
Canada geese always push their ability to withstand weather by coming back from migration wayyy too early in the spring and then toughing it out. That come-too-early thing is what Canada geese […]
The sun rises. It draws the night fog off of Okanagan Lake. It’s early and 18 Below Zero. The gulls sleep on. The gulls that seem to have erupted from the lake. […]
Geese eating rotten apples.Geese making art. The Dance of the Geese. Mass choreography, with geese. Never underestimate the perspective changing ability of a Canada goose. Here are some geese dancing to Bach. […]
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Goose art. Crystal Moon, by Canada Goose Air, water, light and cold. More goose art. Double White Hole, by Goose Air, water, light, cold and sun. How do they do this? Aha. […]