They go through the world as seeds. But that’s OK. Oats go through the world as moths.
When flowering plants came on the earth they raised their blossoms into the air, and coloured them brightly with light, so that insects, the creatures of air and light, would find them. […]
The moods of flowering plants are in the whole plant and concentrate in more than just its blooms or fruit. These bud shells, for instance … … are as much blooms as the […]
Wild Blue Flax. Remember sunset? And full spring sun? Now it’s time to be awake in your heart. Night night.
Orchard with flax in the ‘hood. Orchard without flax (3 kilometres down the road.) Currently, flax fibre goes for $10 for every 50 grams. Plus, once you’ve made a set of wedding […]
Well, the wild asters are blooming in the ruined grasslands, and the last of the wild bees are coming in, and, I tell you, this is not how humans do the deed.For […]
I was reading Prefix, a classy Canadian photo magazine, and there it was: a discussion of photography that wasn’t locked in time, but which presented lengthy images of particular views, rather than ones at […]
Martha (Marsel) Leipe liked to laugh and hum light opera tunes from the theatre group she was the secretary for, back in a country that doesn’t exist anymore. During all her years in […]
Large … … and small. I planted these flowers a year ago, to remember ones I had thirty years before that, and to keep that time alive, and the link, through […]
At the beginning of April? Yes? No? Well, here they are again, as April opens into the light. April 4, 2014 … Harold has gone to photograph bluebirds! And just a few days back? […]