Tanque Verde Wash Sentry   9 comments

This morning I was taking photos for a project, “Fall On The Tanque Verde,” for a future posting. While walking the trails I decided to do some balanced rock art. Often such art is near water, since the stones are along the shore line. It was such art that inspired me to do my own years ago. These balanced rocks serve as my wash sentinels.  

Sentry stands alone

As protector and lookout

A fragile balance.


Images by kenne

Posted October 24, 2012 by kenneturner in Art, Information, Life, Nature, Photography, Poetry

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9 responses to “Tanque Verde Wash Sentry

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  1. Great post! I have loved making rock cairns and anything rock related:) Nice to see others find joy in rock play! Take care, Anna


  2. Great images Kenne, looks you had a good time with the roocks.


  3. Makes me want to hurry out and build a cairn or two. Your balancing skills are far above mine. They are such fun and a challenge. Am impressed!!


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