Archive for the ‘Capturing the Moment’ Category

Hiking The Pistol Hill Trail   1 comment

pistol hill hike-3-72Hiking The Pistol Hill Trail (January 11, 2019) — Panorama by kenne

Images by kenne

“A clear attentive mind
Has No meaning but that
Which sees is truly seen.”

— from Plute Creek by Gary Snyder

Playing With An Old Black & White Print   Leave a comment

Webs II-2009-Art-72Photo-Artistry by kenne

“Look,
There’s a spider.
A good year for spiders
Or so and so seems,
Incessantly weaving
Such gossamer schemes.”

— from Ken Nordine’s – A Good Year For Spiders

 

Thank Heaven For Little Girls   Leave a comment

Misc 02-08-13“Thank Heaven For Little Girls” (Hoping they grow up with an appreciation and respect for nature.)
— Image by Their Classroom Teacher

“Thank heaven for little girls
Thank heaven for them all
No matter where,
No matter who
Without them
What would little boys do
Thank heaven
Thank heaven
Thank heaven for little girls.”

— from Thank Heaven For Little Girls by Alan Jay Lerner / Frederick Loewe

Open Up To See Your Real Colors, The Blues Inside   3 comments

SCVN Nature Walk 08-15-12, Marshall GulchEcho Azure Butteries — Image by kenne

Sometimes,
You have to open up
To see your true colors,
Then others will see
Your real beauty.
Only then will you
Know who you are.

— kenne

 

Deer By Pond Above Sabino Dam   Leave a comment

Deer Above The Dam-Edit-art-blogDeer By Pond Above Sabino Dam — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Deer by pond
On a fall morning
Standing guard.

Youngster runs
Under nearby bush
For safety.

— kenne

White-Lined Sphinx Moth   2 comments

White-lined Sphinx Moth-Edit-2-blogWhite-Lined Sphinx Moth — Photo-Artistry by kenne

I heard a poet answer
Aloud and cheerfully,
‘Say on, sweet Sphinx! thy dirges
Are pleasant songs to me.
Deep love lieth under
These pictures of time;
They fade in the light of
Their meaning sublime.

— from The Sphinx by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Sunset Shadow   4 comments

Sunset Shadow-blogSunset Shadow — Image by kenne

“And the days that I keep my gratitude
Higher than my expectations
Well, I have really good days”

— from the song “Mother Blues” by Ray Wylie Hubbard

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