I will now try to do what even the Goethe Museum in Weimar fails at splendidly, despite putting on a big show and charging something like 10 Euros to see it, which is […]
Yesterday, I pointed out parts of the scientific colour theory of the poet, statesman and early scientist Goethe. That theory is based on the belief that a science built from a foundation of […]
In the northern fringe of the Intermontane Grassland of the West, the grass mingles with water and trees. Oregon Grape, Kalamalka Lake Here’s another view: The earth generates colour here on contact with light […]
Sulfur Cinquefoil Graffiti (government owned electrical substation wall)… And with a little help from her friend Sagebrush… Wild lettuce graffiti, too! With help from Mme. Cheatgrass! Compare the human version: Same thing!
Little guy. Big guy. Don’t be fooled. These critters get close to 5 centimetres long. They are extremely curious, and when spooked will immediately return to keep their two big eyes on […]
First the workplace, nothing but the best … Mariposa Lily … and then the worker. Just because a flower is a worksite, doesn’t mean you have to dress down. Beautiful Furry Bee […]
When one insect …. … crawls, buzzed on nectar … …out of a mariposa lily and flies off to the next flower … Zebra Wasp Takes Wing … another insect that was over […]
I was reading Prefix, a classy Canadian photo magazine, and there it was: a discussion of photography that wasn’t locked in time, but which presented lengthy images of particular views, rather than ones at […]
The mariposa lily and sweat bee dance is late this year, by calendar reckoning, but just on time by the measurement of sun and rain.I’m thrilled that they are here!
The future starts today. The Tsilhqot’in people have been recognized by the Supreme Court of Canada as having title to their own land. It has been a struggle lasting over 140 years. […]