I think weeds get a bad rap. I’ve never seen native plants pull this off. Beautiful, really. Enough to inspire for an entire year. Even invasive weeds, like knapweed. Maybe it’s not […]
Okanagan Lake is a deep inland fjord … …135 kilometres long… …full of a molten glacier 12,000 years old. The body of this glacier … … is composed of myriads of molten […]
Yesterday. Last night. Footsteps. Notice how they broke the lake (gasp). Trudge, trudge, trudge, trudge… Sometimes it got kinda wet. See what I mean about breaking the lake? Today. Philosophers at work.
Even the spirits do it! Rattlesnake Seep, Priest Valley Sly.
Here’s what a leaf can do to water. And here’s what a rock can do. Here, a closer look. And here’s what air can do without any help. Water changes form. Here’s […]
Last night the waterways froze. Today the skies cleared. The sun came out. Yesterday I wrote a piece of history. It was exhausting. Today light says it better. Well, light and water. […]
Ah, so beautiful. Warming and cooling and sun shining through the ice, melting it from below under its icy skin, have made a beautiful thing, neither winter nor spring but both. Pretty […]
Clouds are water vapour held up by air, and are named after clods, or lumps of earth. Ice floes are clods of ice held up by water. But in the world of […]
Coots love the water so much that they only leave for the deep south (100 kilometres away) when things get too rough in January. Then they come up and literally hug the […]
Slowly, the cold is leaving Okanagan Lake. It has much to say on the way.