Trails are made by the land, and the eye in movement with the land, but not by the land alone. A trail down to flooded Columbia River at the McNary National […]
The kids learn the ideals of society. Or, better put, the parents try to teach them. But the Earth has its way, and even the lawnmowers succumb to her greater power. Eventually. […]
The grass that grows in clumps… … make a pattern that the mice and gophers follow under the snow. In this way, they deepen the grid. That the grass makes. In […]
The balance between water and other forms of energy is written on the land. It is written in colour and form, down to the finest level of correspondence. You cannot say: […]
Here you go. Not just a lump of basalt, eh. To look in, look out. No need to cut into your skull. Until you judge it, you are what you see. […]
Ah, the cedars of Cedar Falls! Such a beautiful coastal landscape. The rainforest! The great green land! Wondrous. Look again. These are one landscape. That is Cascadia.
This is the forest. This is the way the forests were 200 years ago. Welcome to the Savannas of the Marble Mountain Eskers.
No wasp, no thistle. Big Bar Esker, Marble Mountains No thistle, no wasp.
Wasps aren’t just creatures of the air. They ride the waters like sailboats. And what waters! They last a day, then the sun takes them away. But in the meantime, the wasps […]
A syilx friend has pointed out that every plant grows in relationship with another, and these relationships lead to antidotes and other companion uses. So, rock, brittle prickly pear, and desert parsley […]