Driftwood Fires — Image by kenne
birds fly high
under the tide
the sun sets
on down the shore
where good people
go looking for armour
the song of water
for the lonely gulls
the silent nights
amplify the waves
passing ship lights
girls and boys spoon
embracing as they
jump over the moon.
Texas Crescent Butterfly — Computer Art by kenne
I have seen the wind’s tails
the breeze’s buds.
I have seen the griffon bird
& Delgadina’s tower.
Where do you come from,
I have seen a blue road
& some girls
were singing the old ballad
of the olive tree in green.
Do you know where I come from,
my sweet girl?
Well . . . from your smile is where,
your last smile.
— Federico Garcia Lorca
Yellow Flower — Computer Painting by kenne
Short yellow flower
From sunflower family
Loves his tall brother.
Flame Skimmer — Grunge Art by kenne
“So long as the sense of the observing subject remains,
there is the effort, however indirect, to control feeling from the outside,
which is resistance setting up turmoil in the stream.
Resistance disappears and the balancing process comes into full effect,
not by intention on the part of the subject,
but only as it is seen that the feeling of being the subject,
the ego, is itself part of the stream of experience
and does not stand outside it in a controlling position.”
— Alan Watts
Panning for Garnets In Sabino Canyon Creek — Imaged by kenne
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The Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists will be conducting the final week of the spring semester for Elementary School children in Sabino Canyon. It has been another great year for the national award winning program, now in its 40th year.
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Greater Roadrunner Photo Essay by kenne
Alert and cunning
All business searching for food
This is not a show.
Sabino Creek Above The Dam — Image by kenne
Shaded escape from the heat —
Sometimes drying up
Before the monsoon season —
Desert high and dry.