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 […]
When medicine willow (the apricot-coloured one below) grows in deep shade, it collects a deep, reductive power. It is not the leaves you harvest but the inner bark, but it forms in […]
Sumac turning before its time, in the smoky sun. I’d say she’s done this before.
These plants have gone wild from a garden above them. Not one is native here. They are native to Eastern North America. To survive in its illusion of seasons, White culture requires […]
Spring is great, but look at ripeness! Sumac and filbert meet the earth. Oh my.
To find currants in the crowded foliage of midsummer, just be there in the fall, long after the berries have gone to the birds. You’ll know where they are. Wild crafters know […]
This is no ordinary planet we live on. I think it’s best to walk outside and take a look … There are many flames, new and old, in this photograph of Middleton […]
In the summer, light strikes the leaves of the dogwoods unevenly, as they flit about in their environment of light and shadow filtering through other leaves that move and shift with sun […]
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 […]
That’s just the way it is. What’s not to love with music like this? Autumn: Sumac Time When you see that colour bleeding up the scree slopes until it brushes the snow, […]