Don’t let that snow stop you. Gardening culture might be out of fashion in the Okanagan, but, hey. No need to give up too quickly. If you kick through that snow, you […]
Sun and Earth at Balance in the Winter Snow
The human eye is gifted at reading scenes in colour, like the pool of water and ice in the snow below. Such blues and purples, it tells us! Such golds and dazzling […]
Pop Up Recording Studios in the North Okanagan
Bunchgrass writes on grass in a couple of ways. First, by providing shelter to the small people and encouraging them to write their stories. An, second, by listening to the wind. And […]
Quail with Snow Shoes
The little stick feet might sink into the snow, but that’s not the end of the story. You use the wings. It does the trick. Basically, the way to pull it off […]
Getting A Head in the Similkameen
Mountains have heads, faces, arms and shoulders. Here’s one of its heads. It’s not a human head, or an animal head at all, yet it’s a head, above Keremeos this morning in […]
Porcupine is the Wind
One of the great things you get to do as a porcupine is drag your big tail full of hair and quills behind you in the snow. Carving it. The wind does […]
The Christmas Angel Takes Flight
Well, California quail, at any rate! And once again with the Earth in winter plumage! Up up and away! We are blessed.
Beautiful Round Stones Slowing Down Time
Water makes circles and spheres. Ancient glacial rivers made these. And they slow water down today. Note how the bare soil doesn’t. Amazing!.
Why It’s Called a Grassland
Look what happens! The grass grows, and dries in the sun, to catch the snow. No snow. A raven, though! But look… … then it snows. Now the grass is bent in […]
Rowan Captures the Sun
The Beauty of First Snow at Dusk!