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House Finch   Leave a comment

House Finch-0028 blog IIHouse Finch — Computer Art by kenne

Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly.

— from the poem “Dreams” by Langston Hughes

La Fiesta de Guadalupe Photo Essay   Leave a comment

Domingo DeGrazia Spanish Guitar Band — Images by kenne

On December 18th, the  DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun hosted La Fiesta de Guadalupe. This annual festival honors Mexico’s patron saint, Our Lady of Guadalupe, with music, dancing, and performances including mariachi bands, folkloric dancers, the Yaqui Deer Dancers and Domingo DeGrazia’s Spanish-guitar band. Domingo is the son of Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia Tucson’s most famous and no doubt most prolific artist.

— kenne

DeGrazia Spanish Band Video

Morning Walk   1 comment

SCVN Nature Walk 08-08-12Western Sneezeweed and Honey Bee on Mt. Lemmon — Computer Art by kenne

Morning Walk

The morning air is dry

the sky is blue

a perfect time, thereby,

for a walk with you.

— kenne

Rainbow Over Tanuri Ridge   Leave a comment

Rainbow (1 of 1) blogRainbow Over Tanuri Ridge (September 1, 2016) — Image by kenne

A sunset rainbow

As rain moves off the mountain —

No pot of gold found.

— kenne

 

Palo Verdes Blooming All Over Tucson   Leave a comment

Bug Springs 2012

Palo Verdes Blooming All Over Tucson — Image by kenne

Green palo verde trees

Grace Tucson streets and canyons

With their yellow blooms.

— kenne

Desert Bouquet   Leave a comment

Poppies  (1 of 1) blogDesert Bouquet — Image by kenne

I didn’t pick them —

Why would I?

They picked themselves.

— kenne

 

Capturing The Moment — Mexican Vervain   Leave a comment

Mexican Vervain (Ventana Canyon to Maiden Pools Hike, February 26, 2016) — Images by kenne
(Click on any of the images to see larger view in a slideshow format.)

Only Earth. Earth.
Earth for trembling tablecloths,
for a cloud’s vicious eyeball,
for recent wounds and dampened thoughts.
Earth for everything the flees from earth.

— from Earth and Moon by Federico Garcia Lorca

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