The blue bunch wheatgrass of the West, the signature grass of the Intermontane Grasslands, the beautiful one herself, stands straight and tall, until her seeds grow heavy and weigh her down, but […]
The arc of a rainbow and the arc of a fire sprinkler are both the result of gravity on an extraterrestrial level. We really are living among the stars.
Rain is a transfer of energy. It is a circulation and transformation of gravity. The water is incidental. After all, this is a gravitational planet. The water is just on the surface. […]
Within a slope constructed at the angle of gravity, that’s to say at the angle that is the balance between the earth’s spin and the concentration of that spin at it’s core, […]
Soil. Not soil. 9 years, nothing growing yet. Soil Not soil. Nothing even germinates here. Soil. You find soil where water pools. (Rocks, too.) It is life — a gravitational effect that […]
Photography: writing with light. A more anglo-saxon suggestion is sun print. There’s more to them than prints on paper. See that? That snow buckwheat is light written or (im)printed on metamorphic bedrock, or, actually, […]
Both are cheating gravity by using its tension to provide the ladder of form. That’s life!
Good to remember the force that makes the hills. Moon Over the Yakima River Canyon, Umtanum Creek
Spring is here, friends, and it looks like this. That’s some mighty fine fog rolling over from the “Head of the Lake Indian Reserve”, isn’t it. That falling action, though, that’s part of […]
There is a tension …. … between what rises … …and what finds the core. Sometime’s it’s weightless. Sometimes it rises. Sometimes it falls. Sometimes it balances. But […]