Experiencing Your Secret Destinations   Leave a comment

Seven Fall 2011Seven Falls In Bear Canyon, Santa Catalina Mountains (02/07/11) — Image by kenne

“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.”
Martin Buber

Finding Room On The Ground   Leave a comment

Mushroom (1 of 1)_edit blog“Finding Room On The Ground” — Image by kenne

St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church — Tucson Greek Festival   Leave a comment

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-18 blogStanding In Line to Get In the Tucson Greek Festival

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-17 blogJust Inside the Entrance.

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-16 blogCar Raffle

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-15 blogDinning Area

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-14 blogDinning Area

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-13 blogFood Line

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-12 blogSanta Catalina Mountains Backdrop

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-11 blogDining Area

Greek Festival (1 of 1)-10 blog2014 Tucson Greek Festival (September 27, 2014) — Images by kenne

Children’s Fun Run In Sabino Canyon   Leave a comment

Southern Arizona Roadrunners Sponsored Fun Run In Sabino Canyon (September 27, 2014) — Images by kenne
(Click on any of the images to see larger view in a slideshow format.)

Six time a year the Southern Arizona Roadrunners sponsors one-mile fun runs for children and one of the runs takes place in Sabino Canyon. In spite of possible rain, hundreds of children were up at sunrise to run in the canyon.

As in the past, the Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists (SCVN) a nature demonstration table in the registration area. Naturalist, Ramona Pease, was kept busy answering questions of the inquisitive children. We were most impressed by the number of children who had been in the canyon before as part of the SCVN kindergarten/elementary school program. 


A Beautiful Cup-Shaped Desert Blossom   Leave a comment

Desert Cotton  (1 of 1) blogThurber’s Cotton (Gossypium thurberi) or Desert Cotton — Image on Mt. Lemmon by kenne (09/25/14)


Gone With The Summer   Leave a comment

Butterfly (1 of 1) Red-bordered Satyr blogRed Bordered Satyr on a New Mexico Thistle Gone to Seed, (September 25, 2014) — Image taken on Mt. Lemmon by kenne

Thistle gone to seed
Lost is the shade of purple
Gone with the summer.

Red-bordered satyr
On the colorless thistle
Looks without color.

– kenne

A Morning Visitor Checks Out My Lemons   2 comments

A two-tailed swallowtail butterfly seemed to be intrigued with my lemon tree long enough for me to get my camera (September 26, 2014)
— In flight images by kenne (f/5.3, S 1/2000, ISO 1100-1600)



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