Big sunflowers are for the birds and big apes, eh. But small ones, the gloriously misnamed arrow-leafed balsam root, are for tiny birds, who peck the tiny seeds, and deer, who munch […]
Unfortunately, he practiced phenomenological philosophy (PPP! whew!) instead.
Most trees in the Okanogan and the Okanagan are scrub growth that grew up after the land that was the people was ethnically cleansed to create wilderness. The pines below, victims of last […]
Life branches. That is a consequence of being a chain of carbon and hydrogen atoms. Even the ants below are making branching patterns out of their nest. That’s the earth for you. […]
Note how the yellow stripe of the snake blends it in with the movement of the sun in water. What a wondrous planet.
It is possible to annoy a lake. Sorry, brother.
Pollen in the rain is nice. But without rain, it’s nice, too. You’d think these currents might be created by the wind. Nope, they run with deep flows of water. The wind […]
Read the water. It knows the sky. The reading apparatus is less the eye than the skin, and the body that receives the skin’s reading, but the eye locates the reading and […]
I didn’t. But I did say, five minutes later, “The only thing I haven’t seen on this trip is a vulture.” Ha! I thought I was making an image of the varied greens […]
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