The earth is warming, globally. There are many factors for this warming, including carbon emissions, methane emissions and urbanization (which changes light absorption patterns), among others, likely even including long-term non-human cycles, but […]
In the grasslands of the intermountain west, a seed doesn’t need to be planted in the soil. It falls into a crack in the living skin of the earth, which grows over […]
I was paddling around on this old molten glacier, when I realized that the traditional Syilx village on this site was not just the flat along the Vaseaux Lake shore at the […]
Walking through the bunchgrass. Walking through the sagebrush. Walking over the bed of an ancient sea. Looking at a supernova. Looking at planetary clusters. Looking at the solar system. Looking at the […]
It starts with a drop, of water you might say, but I think it’s a drop of life. Look how both bunchgrass and lichen on this glacial erratic repeat the patterns of […]
I mean, just look at it! Lichen at Sunrise: Vaseaux Lake Nature Conservancy An unbroken chain three and a half billion years old.
Above Vaseaux Lake …… the old ones watch … … while the young ones scamper … … and all is well with the world … … well, for one moment on one […]
I was on my way to prune some peach trees in the south of the valley today, when I came upon the Vaseaux Lake Bighorn Sheep Herd. What a great way to […]