Seven photos taken at various times on walks around Lake Calhoun.
It was believed by the Native Americans that eagles served as messengers between humans and the Creator, a spiritual messenger … More
The pictured overlook stands on the bluffs above a cave that the Indians named wakon-teebe, known by various names as … More
The state of Minnesota made a mistake in the late 1800’s by permitting a mine at the Hill of Three … More
We can all agree that the advent of fossil fuel extraction and use has changed our world. What does this … More
We walked along the shore looking out over the Pacific Ocean, wandering around giant cedars that had drifted up along … More
To take a trip to look at the leaves, observe and enjoy the changing season perhaps might seem a distant … More
It was a few fall seasons ago when I took a trip to Bemidji. The walk took us through a … More
It was a new experience to see Perrot State Park. A beautiful place along the Mississippi River. And yet we … More
This tree is almost thirty years old, planted in 1988; and even though a white oak can live for centuries, a slow grower, it … More
It was beautiful today. Monarch butterflies were gathering around the blooms on my walk, and particularly in the gardens surrounding … More
In forest ecology, a canopy defined by the upper layer of all forests is a habitat zone formed by mature … More
On my walk this morning through a neighborhood of old trees, some over a hundred years old, I headed through … More
Lutsen, Minnesota 1972
Indigenous cultures understood that man was part of nature. How far we have wandered from that understanding … to evolve … More
remembering autumn leaves and the warmth of Indian summer.