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 […]
Worm your way into the heart of a calendula, that’s the ticket. Don’t be shy. Apparently, it’s now a thing.
Sumac turning before its time, in the smoky sun. I’d say she’s done this before.
Sunday Thursday Weather is stripping the light out of the air at about the same speed as it is stripping the leaves from the trees!
Now, take your bow.
The choke cherries are waiting for the bear to come. Not all of them, though. The tent caterpillars had their way with many of them in July. Ate all the leaves away, […]
Or is that asparagus math?Pretty cool, either way! Music, math … these are just words. Art? No. Just a word. But, without words, what? That wordless point is where we’re headed. If […]
Grasses are the children of a warming earth, and this is their season. I’ve been talking of science lately, but a science based in poetry and in ancient earth knowledge, so I thought today, […]
The old ways of thinking with the body are still solid. In this age of scientific thinking, there are still turtles, that speak to ancient memory. Turtle Head, Kalamalka Lake And that […]