The natural world can be supernatural when you have the right perception.
From flower to seed as spring ends and summer begins on the day of the Solstice.
The sun set this evening is accompanied by a wild avian dance.
This is the landscape telling its story.
All animals stress about predators, hunger, and lack of sex. So, what can we learn from them?
A surreal combination, beautiful but poisonous.
The conversation will ignite the animated spark of life that lives breathing within us.
The Medicine Spot is where we used to go and sit quietly, becoming reacquainted with the greater environment.
Environmental organizations remain predominately white in part because they are not connecting with the actual concerns of minorities. After Pope Francis’ encyclical, that needs to change.
This dance of death is another aspect of the beauty of this mountain.
On my way to the Medicine Spot I noticed a subtle yet profound change in the ‘energy’ of this place.
A man in nature find a few moments spent with flowers is a good investment.
Neil Hill asks us to reach out and touch our world, and be touched by it.
Climate change might just bring the shore to the vacationers.
The bleached remains of the cuttlefish bone rolls amongst the jetsam of this tropical shore.
Moons, ancestors, time, travel, and personal ecology.