A shore is that place where water breaking in waves creates a sound that speaks of arrival, for both those coming from the water and those waiting on the land. The arrival, […]
Here you go. Not just a lump of basalt, eh. To look in, look out. No need to cut into your skull. Until you judge it, you are what you see. […]
The day begins.No matter how early you rise, the loons are on the lake before you. Two loons off the bow! Catching fish can often be the same as catching light. Makes […]
This is the forest. This is the way the forests were 200 years ago. Welcome to the Savannas of the Marble Mountain Eskers.
It’s not outside the world. In fact, edges don’t have outsides on our planet, nor insides. They are places of coming together and flow.
Some fine pruning. Look at all the trimming from last year! Love those new shoots and rose hips in the fall, mmmm. Oh, what’s this? Splendid! Guardian of the Big Bar Lake […]
Porcupine grass teaches us that it doesn’t exactly grow up. Instead, it use the wind to shift “up” through over 180°. What’s more, long after the grass has stopped eating the sun, […]
No wasp, no thistle. Big Bar Esker, Marble Mountains No thistle, no wasp.
I’ve been staring at this beaver lodge for years. Big Bar Creek I thought at first, well, yes, it’s a good model for a house. And sure enough, the Secwepemc who are this land […]
I’ve been thinking of “fall colours.” These pale greens, for instance. Or these pale. yellows, oranges, purples and pinks… and pale greens. Look, though, how the undercover is bright and lush. That’s […]