The air lowers its pressure with altitude, and fog appears. It lowers its pressure above draws of water, as well (the ones that are usually considered draws in the land), creating streams […]
Just, like, hanging out at the lake, checking out the hoarfrost, but what’s this? First, the geese left in the fog. Bye, you crazy lot! And then the gulls got worked up. […]
Whatdya think, winter’s coming? Fog rolling over the land? Fog drinking the last of the heat? Nope. It’s spring. December 1. Sagebrush buttercups. Doing their thing. Happy spring, everyone!
In the morning, we are blinded by fog, which is to say we are blended by it. It’s not that we can’t see out, which is a modern, directional way of thinking, […]
Yeah, but they are leaving clouds as gifts. The vineyard, not being used to living here, is unmoved.
Light water technology works better. Okanagan Lake Rising Up and Washing Over Turtle Point
Ponderosa pines take this… … and make this… Let no one tell you that this is a desert. Let no one tell you that all water enters this land as rain or […]
The earth is a plane of balance. After all, it spins. Whatever humans do to the earth changes the balance it achieves. It’s the same with birds. I suspect they did this. […]
Today, joy. Way up high, the sun. High up above us, in the shallows of the sea of glorious winter fog Okanagan Lake gives off for the entire length of its 135 kilometre fresh […]
This is when we who live here are simultaneously closest to the earth and living among the stars. Summer can’t beat this!