Water mixes with light. And then… … water mixes with light. After that… … Earth mixes in with water and light. And when that’s done, they separate again. In many […]
It’s not their place and in midsummer they’re shutting down for the year. Give them a break and plant them where it is cool and damp. There’s a basic misunderstanding going on […]
It makes … …harvesting… … out of the question! And they call mint “invasive”!
Blue water pours freely under the sun, white water rushes with gravity, grey water is polluted by human use, black water is water that could be there, according to the capacity of […]
I’ve never seen a mariposa lily growing uphill from a stone. Uphill from a sagebrush, yes, but not a stone. They need well-drained soil, which means they grow best where water, snow […]
Look at these choke cherries, living in the zone between the grass and the aspens. In the perfect water zone where birds that pass between trees (for shelter) and grass (for […]
On open hills in the grassland, it is Autumn now. At the bottom of the slopes where water collects among cattails and wild lettuce, too. In a couple weeks will come the […]
A living skin, however, is what the climate of the grasslands east of the coastal stratovolcanoes calls for. Anything else is quite the ongoing struggle. Whew. Save your back, eh!
What if we read the Earth instead? Not to collect it or sample it or catalogue or analyze it or fit it into a narrative we already know, but to read it. […]
Ásmundar Sveinsson’s Troll Woman is called art, although it is an example of a kind of technical device which allows the eye to think by processing bodily shape in manners native to the eye’s […]