When they’re happy, they climb the grass. When worried, they go back down. This is slow motion life. Try it again. Up. Down. I can’t help but think that a native grass […]
The first line of defence. Pops With the Klaxon Ready The second line of defence. The fortress. The final line of defence. Keep low and use your natural habitat to advantage. ~ […]
Oh, hello. It’s a thing. With legs like hers (she is, let’s say, about 7 centimetres from tip to tip ), you can jump from twig to twig, in three dimensional space. […]
Because it is the genius of science to separate moments of the world into their components, the view below is commonly seen as a pair of robins (and a finch) perching in […]
Wind is the air, moving, at a speed greater than a breeze. It is also energy. It is a habitat. Humans and cottonwood trees both live in it. It is not something to […]
From the smallest … … to the largest … … it is one.
Way up here … 200 metres above the lake in the valley below … … high up in the sky … … there was once a river, that left pebbles half a […]
The colours of sunsets deepen as winter approaches. Here we’re looking west across the north arm of Okanagan Lake. Here’s an unusual view. Here’s that same sunset, five minutes earlier. Notice that all […]
This is an old growth forest full of weeds. The sage brush is the weed … … not the bunch grass. Sagebrush is an indigenous plant, but it comes in a bit thickly when […]
Flowers taste good. More flowers must taste better. Whoa! That’s more like it. Yeah. Keep your eye on the hawk. That’s it.