These drainage waves were formed 10,000 years ago when a lake as large as a sea filling the valley below my house drained in half a day. They are still catching sun […]
Here’s a place. Squeezed in between the United States and Greenland. Canada. Best to stand right-way up. Lately, I’ve heard the strangest thing. I’ve heard that my part of the country… … […]
This is pretty cool. It’s the Carte Des Nouvelles Decouvertes Au Nord de la Mer de Sud, Tant a l’Est de la Siberie et du Kamtchatcka, Qu’a l’Ouest de la Nouvelle France, drawn […]
Lake, right? Big lake, big fun! Pshaw. 150 metres above that lake. Rocks! Not just any rocks, either. Lake rocks, river rocks, and rocks that have fallen off a cliff, all together. […]
It’s great to look out to sea. It weaves. Then it strikes the land. The land weaves, too. Any way you look at it, it weaves. The beach, too. Here the sun […]
Ancestors, frozen… Ancestor pretending to be frozen… Time follows. Logically.
Canada administrates half of my land as a nation state. The United States administrates the other half. Within Canada, the region called British Columbia administrates half of my land in terms of […]
Winter cloud blows east off of the Pacific Ocean. When it strikes the Northwestern North American Coast it crests around the three thousand metre high peaks of the Coast Mountains … Photo: […]