Or is the goose the avian muskrat? These are the big questions. First, the goose, nice and fat. Then the biggest muskrat I’ve ever seen, hanging out with its lunch. Imagine what […]
The water rewrites the forest. It also rewrites the world of the fish. And the turtles. Like so: Human minds are constructed to bridge the difference. And to dissect it. Do you […]
It’s good to get out of the house and see the world getting on without us. On Friday, it was an eared grebe in the lily pads on Gardom Lake. It was […]
On the eastern edge of the dry grasslands, the ocean builds a rainforest far, far inland. It has its treasures. To find them, it’s best to put snowshoes on and take your […]
The first line of defence. Pops With the Klaxon Ready The second line of defence. The fortress. The final line of defence. Keep low and use your natural habitat to advantage. ~ […]
My companions thought I was a little silly, but Raven circled back to say hello too, after that. The language of this land is worth learning, even in the smoke!
The most beautiful fliers prosper in the dying land. As we approach zero, we are born from it again.
Note how the damselfly in the water is tall and full of energy, while the one on the butt of the birch log is weary and weighed down by the weight of […]
I left the garden today, and all its lettuces, kale, spinach and dill, and went up to the water, where the birches rise out of the cedars and the wild roses. The […]
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 […]