About a year after flooding in Southern Alberta became Canada’s most expensive natural disaster to date, I started to notice some interesting things cropping up along the Bow River in Calgary. Cairns and designs of stones began dotting islands and small parcels of land under bridges. Intrigued by who was behind it and what they meant by it all, I went looking for the creator. I found him on Instagram (lc_materi_rock_creations) and met him down at an installation he calls Reachwater Keep.
The music featured in this piece is from Blue Dot Sessions, available through Creative Commons licensing.
This piece was originally broadcast on The Voice of Bonne Bay (95.9 and 98.1 FM in Gros Morne National Park, or http://www.vobb.org), Monday July 25 @ 8:00 Newfoundland time.