At Splatsin, there are some apple trees that have been let go as a generation aged. I offered to help, and was, generously, trusted. Here’s what I think might be a Gravenstein […]
In the last couple of posts, I talked about the industrial, environmental and social costs of growing fruit in the Okanagan Valley. You can have a peek in this post: The True Costs […]
Isn’t it a bitter irony that these beautiful birds, starlings, an invasive species here, are called pests and are electrocuted for it by the hundreds of thousands … … by that other […]
Visually, an á, a flow that carries a distant watering and extends it laterally across space… aka The Thompson River …is the same as the Grey Canal Trail below, with its new […]
What a nice bunch of mock orange. Ah, but there’s more. See? It has spirits! It sure lifts mine. No straight lines here. Just everything lifting up at once. Ahhhhhhh, sometimes a […]
Oh, just roll in that pollen. Come on,you know you want to. It’s climbing out again that’s hard. Whew. But, hey, whoa. Bye.
Sobbing water. Sad water (30 minutes from public sobbing). Sadder water. (32 minutes from open sobbing.) Happy water. Yay! Love a beaver today!
I went to my tree this morning and knew ……this is why we live… …this morning and another year. The last transparent thinks so, too! Look at her with her red haven […]
The pleasures of winter are born in spring and harvested in Autumn. Then comes memory, and then the old year again in a new form. Choke Cherries in September, Big Bar Lake […]
Sun in the lake. Sun in the sky’s lake. Lake and sun flooding over the land … I made these images to show you what the earth looks like underground, but the images […]