Notes On A Sedona Morning   6 comments

Joy was in Houston and I was in Sedona doing my thing — taking photographs, what else! I was also people watching, another fun thing to do when you’re out alone. — kenne

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Notes On A Sedona Morning

After mornings of hiking,
sitting on the big rock summit–
sun in my face, I find myself
drinking coffee on the
Wildflower Bread Company patio
surrounded by red rock towers,
ants at my feet and
young women taking selfies.

I like solitude, but
it’s nice
to be alone in the
of humanity —
a prisoner of my condition.
Sorry, no pictures of food.
My cup of coffee
not worth posting.

Maybe the plus-size women
eating big puffy bread
potato-egg sandwiches
wouldn’t mind if I take a picture of
their breakfast, but
I’m not going to ask –
something tells me
they weren’t up at 5:00am hiking.

The conversation turned to
what to eat for lunch . . .

— kenne

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Posted June 22, 2020 by kenneturner in Information

6 responses to “Notes On A Sedona Morning

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  1. Just now, I’m “re-visiting” Sedona as I’m looking at and editing all the pictures I took in and around Sedonalast autumn. These red rocks are simply gorgeous. I sincerely hope we’ll be able to go back there some time (soon).

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  2. I would like to do the same — maybe this summer yet.

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  3. Yes! Gotta get back there…all of your Sedona posts are ‘calling’…

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  4. Lovely post. Sedona is absolutely gorgeous. Thank you and stay safe.

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