Archive for October 7th, 2013

Why I Love West Texas

IMG_4416The Black-eyed Pea harvest is finishing up the last few fields that were planted in the area. These exceptionally large capacity combines can get across the field in a short time. When the field dries down enough for the peas to thrash easily, the crop is put in the bin in short order.

IMG_4418The semi trucks are parked along the edge of the field and the combine has an extra long auger to be able to reach the truck from the field. They are then hauled in to be graded and cleaned so the Farmer can see what production he will be paid on.


Cris Kindle is cutting these Peas for his Uncle Bobby Kindle and is seen getting off the combine after he got it set the way he wanted it. Setting the combine to do the best cleaning cuts down on hauling and gives you a better clean…

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Two weeks ago I was at my parents little farm in the countryside again aftera long time in the kitchen. For the first time I really felt the autumn was here. And with it of-course all the delights of the late sjmmer/autumn harvest. Tomatoes shall ve harvested before the first frost. The same with mangold, beans and squash.

The one thing that actually can take the frost is pasnip.

20131005-182930.jpg Here is te giant parsnip and giant squash just harvested by me and Emily.

Another summer delight that you can harvest for the last time in autumn is duck eggs. In the winter they don’t lay eggs.

So what did I mke with these last sample of garden goodies?


Well first I wash the mangold and fry the little homegrown red onion…

Then I take some organic garlic and maybe some herbs fry with organic olive oil and beat some of…

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October Winds

Wood Wind & Water


clouds dripping firelight
into a bright blue ether~
morning winds stirring

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Fall, leaves, fall; die, flowers, away;
Lengthen night and shorten day;
Every leaf speaks bliss to me
Fluttering from the autumn tree.
I shall smile when wreaths of snow
Blossom where the rose should grow;
I shall sing when night’s decay
Ushers in a drearier day
Emily Bronte

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Andy Goldsworthy, leaves, leaf art, land art, environmental art, eco art

Andy Goldsworthy’s Land Art

In the land art movement, no name is bigger than Andy Goldsworthy. The British artist is recognized around the world for the ingenious sculptures and art installations that he creates using elements found in nature. Fallen leaves are among Goldsworthy’s favorite tools, and he often uses the contrast between brightly colored leaves to create dramatic geometric shapes.

Chinese leaf art, mona lisa, leaf art, mona lisa leaf, leaves, eco art,

Traditional Chinese Leaf Carving

Traditional Chinese artists carve incredibly intricate images into leaves from the Chinar tree, which is native to India, Pakistan, and China. The painstaking process involves removing the outer layers of the dried leaf with a knife (which can take months) while carefully keeping the veins intact.

Walter Mason, leaf art, land art, leaves, eco art, organic art

Walter Mason’s Striking Land Art

German artist Walter Mason uses the gifts of nature – berries, water, grass and trees — to produce his temporary art installations, but it’s Mason’s use of leaves that we’re concerned with. Mason uses leaves to create gorgeous geometric patterns and collages that he captures in photographs .


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