Even in the Okanagan Valley, it dawns water, not light. Rattlesnake Island and Squally Point, looking south. That’s what these deep troughs are for.
Here’s a place. Squeezed in between the United States and Greenland. Canada. Best to stand right-way up. Lately, I’ve heard the strangest thing. I’ve heard that my part of the country… … […]
Don’t be so sure! I mean, when there are hungry sharp-shinned hawks around, a squirrel’s gotta do what a squirrel’s gotta do, eh.
Lake, right? Big lake, big fun! Pshaw. 150 metres above that lake. Rocks! Not just any rocks, either. Lake rocks, river rocks, and rocks that have fallen off a cliff, all together. […]
When Coyote trades his eyes for pebbles like Crow’s below, he can’t see a thing. It’s very funny. Each pebble is the world. Hard to choose! Each one really is the world. […]
If the rainforest were heavier, it would look like this … Rialto Beach … because its rain would have found the depths of its gravity. The gravity boundary, where the molecular weight […]
In my country, the sun looks like this the long winter through. Garry Oaks, Finlayson Point, Vancouver Island In the coastal savannahs and the throat of the Columbia River, which brings the […]
The colours of sunsets deepen as winter approaches. Here we’re looking west across the north arm of Okanagan Lake. Here’s an unusual view. Here’s that same sunset, five minutes earlier. Notice that all […]
The grass is a cultural being. So are cat tails and so is poetry. Talk about a rhyme scheme, eh! First, the grass. Not only does it have its own culture, but […]
I’d like to show you some photos today, from a country that does not exist. This is the German colony that formed in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia after the First […]