Well, this is new weather for me. But I love it. Iridescent Clouds, December 3, 2017, 16:15, Looking West over Okanagan Lake Here is the big picture. Snow in the sky! Great […]
After nearly two months without a sky, only smoke, the dragon showed itself four nights ago. Tonight, it is once again obscured in smoke. I sure miss the sky! I never realized […]
Canada geese always push their ability to withstand weather by coming back from migration wayyy too early in the spring and then toughing it out. That come-too-early thing is what Canada geese […]
Dragon on the wing … … between a dragon to the northwest … … and a dragon to the southeast. Whoa.
Check this out. Here are two rose hips at sundown. Note the long stem, the flattened sphere of the fruit, and the long floral leaves. Now check out this mud puddle ice just up […]
The mountains before the fish get at them. And after. Note the newest ring of fish ripples in the lower centre of the image. Both are the “real” mountains. How […]
A society that ignores the old gods lives without them. And dies without them.
This is the rain. This is the light. This is farming: All images from Okanagan Landing, British Columbia.
The wind came up. The ice on Okanagan Lake is busting up and turning upside down and wearing off like stones tumbling in a stream. It’s very beautiful. It’s also very varied. […]
The poet Goethe argued that colour is formed by the boundaries between light and darkness. He argued that it was possible to see in the dark — that colour (or light) were […]