Canadians are such nature lovers. Look how this family has spent $1,000,000 easy to build a bird house… … for swallows! No expense spared.
The art of flirting artfully with danger … … needs a stage that is, itself, art. In it, you can put, well, art. Some options for the Okanagan lifestyle from Hambleton Gallery […]
When salmon come back to the rivers from the sea, they cease to feed, but will snap at beautifully-tied flies out of reflex, and are hooked. Well, ya. Wouldn’t you bite at […]
Every house is a representation of a human body… … including social representations of that body … … and its cognitive sense of itself, inviolate in otherwise empty and invisible space… So, […]
Ah, the family farm. It would be nothing without a gas tank for the machinery, and a pile of 1/2 ton bins to take the apples away. None of this stuff with horses and […]
Weaver Ant Hill. Danger of death by nibbling. Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Extreme warning: sturgeon fishermen. Highway 97. Splat. Bonneville Dam. Too many hooks.Black Hole. Too scary.Chinese Elm Flowers. Danger of tangling the […]
No, not here. Not here! Not here. That would be silly. Here. In between. Or maybe you were trying to settle in like this? All images from Kalamalka Lake, except the American Robin […]
Did you ever wonder … … where humans came from? Now you know. (Daily parajumping above Okanagan Landing, B.C. Dusk is the finest hour.)
Well, Jack O’Lanterns (Not eaten.) Boo!
The starlings love corn. Humans walk along the ridge line and trample ancient mosses, before coming down and eating corn. Turtle Mountain Whee!