This is what the present looks like. You can see how a 100,000,000 year old seabed, lifted into the sky by a collision with North America and silted up with the drift […]
She uses gravity to walk through time and to lift up what is low and bring it to the sky. This is what time looks like.
Snow looks white and cold. It looks like a cold carpet over the earth. That’s the way a mammal thinks. A mammal has built itself around its own stove. To the creatures […]
The three goddesses of September … … in fact, all five goddesses of September … … have only increased in power. It is not the shortest day. It is the same day in […]
These are the lips of the sun. Look at them reach across the span of the year.
Above the Yellowstone Hot Spot, deep in the caldera of the super volcano, Mammoth Hot Springs cover hundreds of acres of ground — just a tiny corner of the heat coming up […]
…One of the moods of water, I suggested yesterday, is life. Here’s another: Okanagan Lake (Looking West towards Ewings Landing) It still looks full of life. Now here is some of it […]
As long as not too great a mass of water is involved, surface tension is stronger than gravity (and stronger than adhesion). Take a look: This water ran down the twig (it […]
Large … … and small. I planted these flowers a year ago, to remember ones I had thirty years before that, and to keep that time alive, and the link, through […]
For an invasive species, earthworms are pretty cool. “Earthworms make soil,” people say. Hmmm. “Humans make art,” people say. “People,” people say, “are going somewhere.” Ah, are those tire tracks in the […]