First, a Canadian apple tree: Then a Welsh one. Then a Canadian one. Or a bunch, really. Then a Welsh one: Four years old, and the Canadian ones are dying.
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 […]
The Okanagan Valley is a great place for fences. The concept of taking common land and turning it into private land, and the dispossession of the land’s people that came with it, […]
This is the 19th Century. A waterfall gardened to be a little Africa in Devon, England, a beautiful nod to colonial power, wealth and Empire. Think of it as a living postcard, […]
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 […]
Here’s a dolmen in North Wales. Note the tree. The dolmen is thousands of years older than the tree. It has a lid, to keep out the rain, I guess. Like a […]
There was a time in the world, long before science was even a newborn in diapers, when the earth was considered to be a spiritual space. To organize it, all you had […]