There is a liminal space between things. The opening of the cottonwoods along the banks of their internal rivers slows in the rain. It holds, as the tree climbs up and down […]
Look how this young cottonwood leaf glows with light, and how the older leaves (by just a day or two), now full of chlorophyll, keep much of it. Here’s a similar effect […]
In summer, this elm casts cool darkness. Now, with the energy of wind and cold, it casts a shadow of light and heat. It’s not just elms! The cottonwoods below do very […]
In a year of stress, everyone, from those ants to the right to the leaf miner that left its trail in this cottonwood leaf, is mining the last pools of spring water […]
Trees exist to bring light into darkness, to immerse it in liquid and draw it down into the darkness of the earth. Following the light through all the faces of a tree is […]
Music? Mathematics? Beauty? Life.
Is this smoke bush wild? No. It was planted to give some red colour to a lot of green shrubs. Is the fact that it is growing a “wild” characteristic? Perhaps, but wouldn’t […]
Great choreographed staging. Here’s a female. Here’s her guy.The next person who comes along and says that art is a human artifact, I tell you, I’ll take them for a walk. That’s what […]