The clearings along roads give avenues for shots of the sky, and that is one reason we see them so often. But it is also a sign of our autoism that, like with the initial way we understood the Pandemic shut-downs through vast expanses of empty roads, we use the empty streets as a foil for the doomy skies.
|Front page today|
The individual stories of refugees, evacuees, and fire-fighters are important, but at some point we will need to step back and ask why we have this intensification. It's not random misfortune, but is catastrophe we have courted.
|Front page last summer|