Cicadoidea Okanagan hanging out in the choke cherries. Note it’s companion the ant. I don’t know if they’re just sharing a choke cherry bush or if the ants and cicadas are interacting […]
It takes no shelter… …but it does what it does best: hang on.
… remember that dragonflies like it when they’re up in the dry grass. It would be good to figure out why. Is it because wasp hunters like the yellow clover? Dunno. Ma’am, […]
Stem People on the left: Ants: the great climbers and farmers. Aphids: their herds. Leaf People on the right: Leaf Miners: the great wanderers, mapmakers and historians of what is passed but […]
A bee… A Tiny and Courageous Bee A crab spider blending in… Crab Spider in the Central Balsam Root Bloom The hunt is on.
Blend in. Or look like you blew in on the wind. And hang on. That’s the way.
The Snow Buckwheat Country: All at Once The Grass Country: One… …by… …one. It’s not indigenous if it isn’t expressing the energies of the land. The energies are there for all to […]
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. […]
It’s not just about the flowers. Buds hold their secrets, too. Love your local apricot today!
Ah, Autumn! Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. And one lone Bramley hanging out with her friends. The front garden beside them is putting on a fall show. Vetch is dragging the old […]