My favourite correspondent, John Tschopp, has broken away from his usual orthithological themed observations to share this one, for our collective phenology journal. Phenology, derived from the Greek word phaino, meaning "to show or appear," is literally "the science of appearance." It is a segment of ecology focused on the study of periodic plant and animal lifecycle … Continue reading Seasonal observations: It’s spring and love is in the air
I love it when young people are the ones giving up a shake-yourself dose of wisdom. Thanks to Victoria Saddleman for sharing this moment, and this thought: Life is too short to spend it at war with yourself 🌹
I asked Anastasia Chomlack to do a takeover of our instagram because she's an inordinately talented photographer who moved her family to Pemberton, she hosts all kinds of workshops and gatherings geared at empowering women, and she's lived through her own health struggles, so I figured she'd have some insight into wellness. https://www.instagram.com/p/BfrK5IZjEtu/?taken-by=thewellnessalmanac I didn't … Continue reading Happy International Women’s Day
There's a soundtrack to this, for sure. But yours might differ from mine. So I'll let you spin it up. Thanks Gary for reminding us of the magic of sunny days, winding roads, and mountain vistas.
What makes you different, makes you beautiful, writes Shayla Wallace, who only had to take about 50 photos, experiment with endless different angles and freeze her fingers, to get this moment. Worth it.
An object between a source of light and a ground will cast a shadow if the light source is bright enough-that’s the straight forward explanation for shadows and that’s the interpretation I take when I observe these dark images. I’m not unaware of the various significance others might attach to a fascination with shadows but … Continue reading Shadows
Love her but leave her wild. Atticus might be speaking of a love interest. But I apply it to the earth, too. Thanks for sharing the image and quote, Victoria Saddleman.