This Climate Spiral, as I call the altar, is made on this day of the people’s climate march, toward the
Camellia Hearts of Portland’s Early Spring.
An odd stump. decaying. Holding fast. Red In I reside held. return I must reaching with gesture greeting .
. – A burn peels – bark blisters and curls – falls charred – hard and brittle – through many rains – Arranged on soft dust of ash – about a lush green bear grass .
a tree falls, a tree is cut, the wood sits, the rain falls. then it is placed and formed. It was a rainy day. The pile of wood which was unceremoniously left in the yard when the tree was cleared … Continue reading
As part of a DanceAnywhere event Nature Moves gathered in North Boulder park to dance. Their theme was the changing seasons, and their muse some bits of wilderness found in and around the park. Dance Anywhere has initiated a … Continue reading
Recently our contributor Nicholas Travers has updated his personal blog with some new photographs. These are simple works from around his hometown of Boulder Colorado, But also include some neat flow visualization Photographs. The latter are the result of his recent studies at the university of colorado, where he is taking a course by the same name. Check him out at lifeofstawa.wordpress.com, and be sure to visit some of the other flow visualization work at the university’s website as well!