Capturing The Moment — Past Shadows   5 comments

joy45sawmill-i-2008-2014Past Shadows — Image by kenne

When viewing an image,
whether a photograph,
painting or a moment,
what I see is mine
and mine alone.

The resulting image 
is a product
of my experiences,
filtered through the cloth
of my culture. 

It is also a reflection
of my relationships
and the drive
to connect with
the world around me.

Each image
is captured
in my memory,

which will serve
to influence future images.


When looking at you
You look at me watching you,
Each viewed differently.

Nights spent together
Now are only memories
Lying next to you.

Cameras record
So that we will not forget,
Lessening burdens.

– kenne

Capturing The Moment — Grandsons In Ft. Collins   5 comments

Nick ad Jax with Mom and Cousins at home in Ft. Collins (June 13-15, 2014) — Images by kenne

“She Was Just There”   9 comments

Rose (1 of 1) framed blog“She Was Just There” — Images by kenne

her sensual look

invited me to enter

but I resisted

– kenne

Rose (1 of 1) framed II blog

adding more color

I was feeling hot and weak

by her many lips 

Rose (1 of 1)_B-W blog

as I kissed her lips

she began to lose color

turning black as night

– kenne

“It was Just There”   5 comments

Sunset (1 of 1) blog“It Was Just There”  — Image by kenne

looking for moments

to capture with camera

why, they are just there

– kenne

Self-Portrait, poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay   3 comments

Originally posted on Silver Birch Press:

by Edna St. Vincent Millay

Hair which she still devoutly trusts is red.
Colorless eyes, employing
A childish wonder
To which they have no statistic
A large mouth,
Aceticized by blasphemies.
A long throat,
Which will someday
Be strangled.
Thin arms,
In the summertime leopard
With freckles.
A small body,
But which,
Were it the fashion to wear no clothes,
Would be as well-dressed
As any.

IMAGE: Portrait of Edna St. Vincent Millay by William Zorach (1923).

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892–1950) received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1923, the third woman to win the award for poetry. During her career, she was one of the most successful and respected poets in America. Like her contemporary Robert Frost, Millay was one of the most skillful writers of sonnets during the twentieth century — and also like Frost, she was able to…

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Posted July 28, 2014 by Kenne Turner in Information

A Quick Stop In Vail, Colorado   Leave a comment

A Quick Stop In Vail, Colorado  (June 13, 2014) — Images by kenne



Posted July 28, 2014 by Kenne Turner in Information, Life, Philosophy

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Capturing The Moment — Mother and Son   11 comments

Jax & Kate (1 of 1)_art framed blog“Mother and Son” (Kenne Jaxon and Kate, June 13, 2014) — Image by kenne

Moments of fear,

not to worry,

she will always

have his back.

– kenne


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