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Distorting Reality   Leave a comment

SCVN Nature Walk 08-08-12Computer Art by kenne

Captured,
what is real
in the mind’s eye.

Distorted,
to better catch
another’s eye.

Created,
a new reality
brought forth.

Changed,
no longer just a
pretty photograph.

— kenne

The Rainbow Kid   Leave a comment

Jaxon & Friend Fox-3061 art blog“The Rainbow Kid,” Kenne Jaxon with his friend, Fox,
(Benson Sculpture Garden, “The Conversation” by Magdalen Weiner
Loveland, Colorado) — Image by kenne, July 31, 2017

A little boy
and his friend
always by his side
someone to talk to
someone to comfort
someone to love.

— kenne

Yellow Monkey Wildflower   1 comment

Yellow Monkey Wildflower (1 of 1)blogYellow Monkey Wildflower — Image by kenne

Some of the natural lighting at the time of taking the photo and Photoshop help create this colorful image.

— kenne

Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light.
Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.

— George Eastman

Indian Window On The Desert Southwest   Leave a comment

Painted Desert Inn-0093-2 art II blogDesert Southwest (Painted Desert) — Computer Painting by kenne

The water that came last winter is long gone.
“Female rain,” it’s called in Navajo:
the gentle, furtive rains that fall from
overcast skies between November and March….
What we’re waiting for now is male rain.
Big, booming, wait-till-your-father-gets-home cloudbursts
that bully up from Mexico and threaten to rip the sky.

— from Making Peace by Barbara Kingsolver

Catalina Highway Underpass Painting   Leave a comment

Doves, Lightening, HikingCatalina Highway Underpass Near Mt. Bigalow, Santa Catalina Mountains — Painting by kenne

The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.

— John Muir

Beauty Blooms In Every Wildflower   Leave a comment

Wildflower (1 of 1) art blog quoteComputer Painting by kenne

 

 

Yellow Flower — Creating a New Consciousness   Leave a comment

Balboa Park Flowers-1973 blog“Yellow Flower in Circles and Squares” — Image by kenne

Sometimes to appreciate beauty
it must be taken out of context
to capture a new perspective
based on my love of nature, sex
and life in a new consciousness
for the flower is neither
a subject nor an object
apart from being a flower.

— kenne

 

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