The river, we saw, flows to the sea. The N’chi’wan’a (Hanford Reach) That’s the Grasslands of Setah Creek smoking up the air. That’s rather disingenuous. A river is a flow. This is […]
Well, here it is, Okanagan Lake, a fjord lake over-deepened by a melting glacier and filling a gap some 1600 metres deep. The rock in the background of the image below is […]
Here’s Okanagan Lake, an over-deepened fjord lake full of fossil water just down from my house. It’s the remnant of a much deeper lake, called Glacial Lake Penticton. The top of the green […]
The earth is a rotary engine. Pinegrass and Interior Douglas Fir Its electrodes are alive. Great Basin Giant Rye Here are the batteries. Siya? Let’s live. Cat Mint Let’s risk that.
Rain is a transfer of energy. It is a circulation and transformation of gravity. The water is incidental. After all, this is a gravitational planet. The water is just on the surface. […]
Sand is energy, too. Stream Running onto Mackenzie Beach, Tofino Together, they are yet another energy.