The Lessons of the Seasons

Winter has made the Archipelago a barren landscape of ice and snow. Gone is the smell of summer rain, the microbial magic in the dew covered soil of the garden and the floor of the woods. The carefree bird song and warm summer breezes no longer play like music in the leafy crowns of theContinue reading “The Lessons of the Seasons”

Thoughts On The Shortest Day Of The Year

Since the longest day in summer, night has been reaching further and further into day as it makes itself longer and longer. Until yesterday. Now on the longest night of winter, day has it’s turn to reach further and further into night, making itself longer and longer. Every year the same dance between day andContinue reading “Thoughts On The Shortest Day Of The Year”