Darkness is not to be feared. It can give us strength. In Akureyri, the Troll’s Cat honours the passing of the world through darkness into light as much as the Christmas tree […]
Yes, we live there. Fable is not long ago or fairy tale. Photography is not just done with cameras.
The simplest gestures… … speak most deeply. Only bodies speak. Words are only gestures that guide memory to them. From there, we are on our own.
The trees… Botanical Garden, Akureyri … give way. They recognize each other. The snow… 1:30 p.m. in Laugaland, Iceland … gives way to houses. 2 p.m. near Grund They recognize each […]
Not everything is about settler culture… … and its failures… A Canadian Outpost in Vernon, Cascadia … and all cultures hold an indigenous heart. Any Celt Knows What to Do Among the […]
Last week, I spoke about Wide Energy. At the end, I showed this image of it from the Similkameen: At the time, I noted: These are the energies that shape us and […]
To move forward, let’s move forward and show our ends. This is your mind on roses. Gaps, Tracks and Crosses of Mind They feed and shelter birds, protect young seedlings from deer, […]
Look at the artwork that humans have made in the world. This is an old turf house on the bird sanctuary of Dyrhólaey, Iceland, in the midst of its old house fields, […]
This is water. It is called Okanagan Lake. In Icelandic, where indigenous European language survives, it is a vatn, specifically a space of free water. Of that, it is a special form, […]
Does anything that touches water bend it? Or does the water bend to receive it? Is water subject to gravity? Or does it make an empty space under a willow tree, for […]