Grass evolved to thrive in hot fire landscapes. Given that human activity has increased heat and fire … … across the planet … … shouldn’t we stop mowing grass and … … […]
The way that the stalks of smúkwaʔxn… … fall and dry tells us of the weather and how water is passing through the soil as does the sound of our footsteps through […]
A spider waits for the wind. So does salsify. The spider wants to receive it. The salsify wants to become it. Is salsify a spider, or is spider salsify? The question is […]
When it gets too hot and bright out … … there is always the dark. Spider runs the solar shuttle best.
Geez, you leave the black widow alone for a week and look what happens…. … way too many black widows!The Goddess takes many forms. Look at her making a world here!
Here they are, the darlings. Male and Female Black Widows Hanging out in my garage. She’s sure getting big. Twice the size, easily, from when she moved in five months ago. She […]
These rowan berries are catching the light from the air.These spider webs are using a similar plant framework to catch other particles moving on the air. Flies, moths, and so on. You could […]
The other day I was discussing how the language of science influences the world that scientific exploration and method allows us to see. Behind that is the observation that if the language […]
Spiders! An interlude of pure predation, while I work on my next post about science and language. This one is inspired by sticking my head into this asparagus to get some photos of […]
Spider, hanging out. Home sweet home. John Day Painted Hills, Oregon Beetles, hanging out. Life on a pink earth. John Day Fossil Beds, Oregon Western box elder bug (juvenile) a long way […]