It is possible to read land by colour. The Douglas firs on the ridge line below are ready to pass through the coming winter. So are the yellow choke cherries in the […]
Fog up high. Fog down low. Yes, grass. It’s as much a pressure condensation as airborne water. Fog up high and down low together. Fog in the gully (Bushes squeezed out of […]
After three weeks of hot, hot weather, stretching the summer deep into the fall, gloriously, rain! Here are the first drops… It’s like the moon! Why not. The moon came from here. […]
Last week, I was speaking about alternative science. This week I am going to be talking about some practical applications of it. But first, one final illustration, because I find it so […]
Big Bar Lake, with Damselfly The green colour comes from the bright lake bottom, which is the remains of the bed of an underground glacial river, made of tiny, flat, oval pebbles ground […]
The energy and pressure effects that create these clouds in the depressurized and repressurized zone west of the coastal arc volcanoes of the North Eastern Pacific create in their image grasslands that […]
Sand is energy, too. Stream Running onto Mackenzie Beach, Tofino Together, they are yet another energy.
For the love of water and the love of life, I’ve collected a few photos from here and from http://www.afarminiceland.com. (click on each image for title and to enlarge) … I’m off to […]
Or is that “Tree Becomes a Young Woman”? Okanagan Indian Band Beach, Okanagan Landing Open the image in a new window, to see her do her magic. Or is that, to see […]
This is the rain. This is the light. This is farming: All images from Okanagan Landing, British Columbia.