Maps are power. We could look at the hill in the snow. And map the slope angles and relationships of the hill (not the contours but flat planes), or those parts that […]
The leaf that lies on the ground catches the ground frost at night. Unlike the ground around it, it remains chill when the sun comes up, and retains its frost. Unlike the […]
Take this (no name, please)… See that rock in back there? That’s this (below, centre of image, again no name, please.): Now, look at the name it is unofficially known by (Sorry. […]
The original, 1889. The evolved version, 2017. The darkness is gone. ~ Thanks, mustard.
The task is to provide young people with support for their energy and visions, and space for them to open them into physical and social expression. All young people have a need […]
These plants have gone wild from a garden above them. Not one is native here. They are native to Eastern North America. To survive in its illusion of seasons, White culture requires […]
At the bottom of Skaha Lake, where the Okanagan River once collected itself in a series of oxbows and reefs before dropping over the falls (a series of steep rapids), the point at […]
The image below is a habitat for Canadians. I am one of those. We build structures out of trees we allow to grow as weeds on indigenous land, and line them with […]