It’s not just about the hunt. It is not just above forceful intelligence. A friend argues that geological energies thrust and push, clash against each other, and create room, shape and structure. […]
So, it rains, right. 35 centimetres of snow have already melted. Now the rain. Rain, rain, rain, rain, rain, rain. And the sun. Melting stuff, even through the clouds of rain. So, […]
Here in the depressurized zone east of the Coast Mountains, they will soon be absorbed back into the air. They have only alighted for a moment on these cottonwoods, like birds.
Rain falls on humans, but to fish it sets the surface of the world into speech. But doesn’t it do the same to humans? Rain makes us us. ~ Penticton Japanese Garden
Rain is a transfer of energy. It is a circulation and transformation of gravity. The water is incidental. After all, this is a gravitational planet. The water is just on the surface. […]
This is where red-tailed hawk lives, in the cloud and the wind and the rain. It is not our place.
No, it’s not ice.
The Pacific Crab loves rain, swamps and wet feet. She is the forest rain that has drawn wood and air to herself after flowing through them and picking up their energy on the […]
After three weeks of hot, hot weather, stretching the summer deep into the fall, gloriously, rain! Here are the first drops… It’s like the moon! Why not. The moon came from here. […]