When the first snow comes, some travellers, such as these sandhill cranes, have already flown before it for 3000 kilometres, for a week. The first snow has this extension in time. When […]
Imagine, if photography were recorded in water and in the nature of water: there for a moment in fluidity… …and then, in the nature of fluidity gone. Consciousness crosses elemental boundaries.
Dogs will roam, eh. It always was Coyote’s country. This is how I started my day pruning at 8 a.m. The sun is to the right, over the shoulder of K Mountain.
Stronger than gravity. Stronger than anti-gravity It has edges, but resists them. Even when it doesn’t evaporate, it climbs. We recognize these forms, because we are water. We stare into it. Whoa. […]
Ah, so beautiful. Warming and cooling and sun shining through the ice, melting it from below under its icy skin, have made a beautiful thing, neither winter nor spring but both. Pretty […]
Check out this ring-necked pheasant sneaking away from me through the sagebrush and wild roses. What a guy. But what an environment! We know pheasants mostly by their habit of bolting at […]
Distance is light, but darkness warms and invites. More specifically, the middle distance, deep within the complexity of nerves, within the body itself, comforts and invites with shelter. And not just shelter, […]
Big sage does her thing in the winter. It would be wrong, though, to call her a survivor.She makes stuff happen here. She provides shelter for flies in mid-January. The flare out […]
A little water running out of the porcupine’s culvert in the snow. Think of a hot spring. For two. A kind of nesting event. And a great time for a bath. With […]
There are two ways to melt snow. You can lay down fibres of grass, taller than the snow, which heat in the sun and cast shadows of heat on the snow. Or […]