Katie Salen’s keynote at STIA was very cool.
I’m over my blogging time limit, so I’ll let the video speak for itself, but also check out q2l.org
Happy St. Patrick’s day!
No food coloring here – visualize whirled peas.
Apologies if you’re a snake.
I’m wallowing in models and data – emissions scenarios for C-ROADS and very interesting vehicle fleet data from a modeling project in support of a state climate plan. Hopefully I can share some of the latter at some point, when the dust settles.
A nice break was provided by these two visitors, right on schedule for the annual ravaging of a crabapple tree in our yard.
No time to write anything lately, so here’s a pic of an elk thistle, in a rocky chute at almost 10,000 feet in Beehive Basin, near Big Sky, MT. In 1870, Truman Everts was lost in Yellowstone for 37 days, and survived largely by eating these.
I woke up to find it raining on the west side of the house, and snowing on the east. Globally it may be warm, but not here in Bozeman.
That’s a glacier lily in the snow. They’re so abundant right now that it’s hard to walk in the woods without stepping on one.
Sunrise at Las Vegas Bay Wash campground on now-diminished Lake Mead about 10 days ago. Judging by sediments, the lake formerly reached well up the banks in the foreground at lower left. Now it would be a very looong walk to reach the shore.
Enter hapless bunny, stage left. He hops along for a bit, then a hawk swoops down and gobbles him up. Notice the wingtip print at right, and lack of further bunny prints.