Yesterday, I spoke about how the mobility provided by horses allowed the Cayuse to translate their lush grasslands into dominance over the Central Columbia and to exact tribute in the form of […]
Here is Tsagaglalal, or “She Who Watches”, in her natural habitat. Bobcat This is a bunch of folks climbing on the natural habitat of some of her friends. It’s like standing on […]
In this series of posts I am exploring a path towards unity from the scars and threads of the introduction of history with the energy that flows as the land. This is […]
Respect given is respect received. Power given is returned in the same gesture. Columbia River Photography pales next to this.
A kind of lens. Cairn and Mount Hood from the Old Village Gardens at Horsethief Butte
There are several ways to do write on rock. You can chisel into the rock with another rock: Petroglyph, Columbia Hills State Park You can write on the rock. She Who Watches, […]