Category: Pacific Northwest
Lizard’s Locomotion, Turbulence, Plant Motion, Snail’s Pace, Gray Whales, and More
Splashes (photo by John Williams) Whales, snails, plants, waves and other nature entities moving—see how people watch, draw, photograph, and write about the world in motion, in this spring issue “Movement” of Salish Magazine, which you can find at https://salishmagazine.org/issue-19/. Useful fact: Salish Magazine has a search function. To learn about Salish Sea flowers, trees,…
Flower power: color in the winter
photo by John Williams in the article “The Dandy Dandelion,” from the fall issue of Salish Magazine Do you need some wintertime color? How about the common dandelion? They’re not out now, but dandelions and other flowers in the Pacific Northwest have been captured in exquisite pictures and knowledgeable prose (and poetry) for the fall…
The weather is weird.
As I left church this Sunday, I spoke to an eighty-year-old man who has lived his life on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, and he commented, “The weather is weird.” I’ve heard similar sayings from folks who’ve lived for decades in my neighborhood. They say that rain and wind usually start by September, and…