That’s it. That’s all you have to do. This hole was left here unintentionally eight years ago. It’s a nice wetland now, in the midst of a sterile gravel pit. See the smoke […]
Otter Marsh by Big Bar Lake
Yellow dock at work merging the sun with water and carbon dioxide. Beautiful lung!
Petrochemical agriculture is a program that uses statistical risk assessment to balance the need of farmers to extract a capital profit out of farming commensurate with the profit to be extracted from […]
…on your shoulders. While singing. ~ (Redwing blackbird claiming a new wetland running along a neglected walking trail high above Okanagan Lake.)
Look how much more brightly the one leaf glows than the grass, which is eating light. Leaves in a Small Wetland on the Grey Canal Trail Its light-eating days are over. […]
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 […]
Plants lay down their intricate patterns based on cycles of pressure and release, which are in turn formed by intricate and varied patterns of water, carbon and gas pressures, like this I guess. Note […]