Let’s revisit an image from a few days back, in which I showed how heat and cold met in a deer trail and a red medicine willow, not to mention a tangle […]
When industry is “housing development”… …it means that people live in industrial sites. They put up with it because houses will increase in value when the neighbours start building. The bigger the […]
The sun came up last Wednesday. Isn’t that great! Looking west, away from it, was great fun. But not so much fun as looking east. Look at it projecting itself on ice […]
Praise to an orchard that left apples on the ground for the neighbours. The geese are contemplative about it, the robins (to the left) are quiet, the starlings are hidden in the […]
They don’t keep coyotes out. Beyond that, no beauty.
Up periscope! Down periscope! (And that’s all there is to it.)
So, about a metre of snow has fallen in the last two weeks, with about half of that remaining. The rest melted or evaporated. It does that here, in this dry climate. […]
The balance between water and other forms of energy is written on the land. It is written in colour and form, down to the finest level of correspondence. You cannot say: […]
Deep in the shadows of the cat tails, the water freezes in the shape of cat tails. Below, you can see how cattail seeds get caught on the teeth of the hoarfrost. […]
The Earth, as a landscape architect sees it. A landscape architect enjoying the view. What is of no interest. He puts his back to it.