It’s simple. Settler culture in North America is not about settlers, but about a culture created by settlement, which propagates itself and forces everyone to live by terms set by men in […]
At sunrise, there is a mountain. The it gets tricky. The sky sort of, well, falls. Not all at once, but darkly. Some of it even goes up! In the end, the […]
Since the glaciers left 10,000 years ago, this esker has been a bare, human, deer, coyote and bear trail between wetlands and brush. Best to call the whole lot of us river […]
This is the forest. This is the way the forests were 200 years ago. Welcome to the Savannas of the Marble Mountain Eskers.
Light is very interesting to humans, but so is the lack of light. Here is some of both I found under an elm. I’m intrigued by the idea that this shade is […]
The eye gives the illusion of bringing distance close, but the raven knows more. Bushwhacking ingrown grasslands gets you nowhere fast. If you had to survive off this land, really survive, you’d light a […]
The river flowed through the ice 12,000 years ago, and left these sinuous eskers as a bed. And the trees still flow through the ice boundary in a late spring morning. Glorious!