Finally got up to Cañada del Oro, my favorite favorite place to bum around, last Saturday, to see the wildflowers. Though this is the most reliable place I know of in the San Ho area to see an astounding variety of wildflowers, I was somewhat nervous to see Indian Paintbrushes before the heat gets them. Saw this cool turkey on the way in, but I had to shoot the photo into the sun…
Shitty digital Canon Elph lens was NOT cooperating to catch these blue dicks! You can eat them…
Shooting stars in the daytime!
Finally the Indian Paintbrush showed up. I’m pretty sure the one below with the serrated leaves is also a kind of paintbrush, but someone can comment and fill me in.
Finally, I nabbed a bit of geocached plastic pollution! It’s been signed and stamped and commented upon by such as Mia Quiche, Fleetwood 7 and others. I took that shit back to the city and recycled it. Fuck your plastic geo-trash, Fleetwood 7!
Otra vez en cuanto al laberinto de Youtube, gente hispanohablante, si queren ver son chit, chéquense este ¨visness¨de Carlos Montesquieu. Es bien gracioso.
I’ll let Mr Tucker speak for himself but I will contextualize: when he talks about domestication, that’s one of the key parameters of his worldview, in which he calls for a resurgence of wildness and natural stewardship, and correspondingly a decreased reliance on domestication of life systems. Enjoy!
Pretty happy with this one. It was too easy, really. European and North American bankers and politicians create humanitarian and cultural crises all over the world through exploitation, then bribe their own people with material comfort into thinking that this imperialist aggression is necessary to “quality of life.” And now the supplier of the quality of life garbage is getting into the crisis market! Visit the Nosemilk to read the whole article!