Very small, really. But, yes, us. That’s the important thing.
Here’s a pair of poplar flower brackets, showing us the origins of economy. If you look at the buds, you can see they come in groups of one, all dark and pointed, […]
That’s what Christ is up to in Aberdaron, Wales. Like, if he was standing on the world, the rainbow message would not be quite right. Similarly for this pine, reflecting in a […]
What a diminished world, a shadow. Not the Earth, but the world. There is beauty here, but despite the sense of intimacy and closeness that a world gives, it is at a […]
So, does this photo show the spirit of a Russian olive? Or this? Or this, maybe? Or this, even? A little camera movement in poor light does the trick. Well, none of […]
When warmer water strikes in colder air, it brings objects to life, by bringing it across a boundary of energy into a new state. It does so by moving the boundary. Rain […]
At some point, many years ago, someone built a turtle on Turtle Ridge, between Head of the Lake (yes, a turtle head) and Turtle Mountain, and left it for us to find […]
It’s also not the one that reaches into your mind. It is, however, not dead, either. Nor is it the living dead or some other campfire story. It is mind-stuff itself.
Elms are made out of spaces where there is no light, within light, limited by having to be connected to each other yet arranged so that they both lead away from each […]
High above the Fraser River at Yale… … the mountain’s bones break apart. From here… …they tumble down to the river, broken apart, I presume, all the way down. Within them, […]