A spectacle bear sitting by the sun light, as weaved by Maria Victoria Chicunque. In Kamëntŝa culture, the bear usually stands for generous spirit and ingenuity; being these animals recurrent protagonists of stories and myths and represented in multiple ways, such as in this labor (weaved pictogram). MV June 2021 The Os (bear in Kämentsa)… Continue reading Spectacled bear // Os // Oso de Anteojos
StoriesCurated, growing collection of forest stories (for all 150+ stories, see Feral Map)
I’m a pine, but humans call me the Carbon Tree. They are obsessed with how I breathe and trade carbon dioxide with the atmosphere, so they dressed me with some sensors to translate my life into numbers. Sometimes I feel like I’m just a living sum of data…so many of them come to look at… Continue reading Carbon Tree
When you climb all the way up the rock, you are there. You made it. Now you can sit down and look all around, at the river Berounka, at all the deciduous and coniferous trees. Feel the wind. The rock is wrapped in a fable about a fisherman who made a deal with the devil:… Continue reading Devil’s Rock
I just visited, I feel in control of my buzzing mind now.
Honestly, these squirrels are such “maybe” creatures. Maybe beavers? No, too high up in the trees. Maybe birds? Also not, too low from the sky. Who are they? Where did they come from? What do they want? What is their purpose? Maybe we will never know.