Beyond Peak Oil

Peak Crow. crow

…with humanly-erected artworks of driftwood and seaweed. This is what happens when we turn our backs. Now, the view from the other side:

Peak Oil

blue

Government-Installed Blue Plastic River on a Landscape Conservancy Beach

Boundary Bay Regional Park

Such excess happens whenever the crows turn their backs.

A post from the Cascadian shore today…thanks to Okanagan Okanogan. Because the street is not just a spray can.

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