These four images came from only 15 minutes in the woods with a camera phone. Practically everyone has a tool for creating works of art.Continue reading
These four images came from only 15 minutes in the woods with a camera phone. Practically everyone has a tool for creating works of art.Continue reading →
A sestina about panpsychism
…My arms reach around the grey beech.
Its smooth, cool bark always
draws me bodily to thrumming silence.
It penetrates truths humanity must dread.
Rootlets thread their countless neural lines
to a sleeping god’s dream…
After a painful arm condition, I’m grateful to be able to express myself in writing and photography.Continue reading →
Simple pleasures: here are some of mine. What are yours?Continue reading →
This is a taste experience I won’t soon forget.Continue reading →
Photography can be both a useful tool and a hindrance in observing nature.Continue reading →
Curiosity can be an anodyne for our inner resistance to change, or new ideas. It can also get us into trouble. Macro photography illustrates the value and risk of curiosity.Continue reading →
I don’t often see cats on my rounds. This one reminded me of the feral kitten my family adopted when I was 3. Grey Shadow remained an outdoor cat by choice, and an inveterate predator.Continue reading →
This macro image of a spider web holds a lesson about beauty and prejudice.Continue reading →
A woodland plant resembling stinging nettle had me stumped for several years: Canada wood-nettle. Like stinging nettle, it’s reportedly good foraging.Continue reading →