Archive for the ‘Colorado River’ Category

Cape Hatteras Light Station   1 comment

Cape Hatteras Light Station 04-07-08-art-72Cape Hatteras Light Station (04/08/07) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“While rises in the west the coastwise range,
slowly the hushed land —
Combustion at the astral core — the dorsal change
Of energy — convulsive shift of sand …
But we, who round the capes, the promontories
Where strange tongues vary messages of surf
Below grey citadels, repeating to the stars
The ancient names — return home to our own
Hearths, there to eat an apple and recall
The songs that gypsies dealt us at Marseille
Or how the priests walked — slowly through Bombay —
Or to read you, Walt, — knowing us in thrall”

— from 4. Cape Hatteras by Hart Crane

Colorado River Sunset   Leave a comment

Colorado River Sunset-art-72Colorado River Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

The river runs low

Farms and towns conserve water

As the west dries up.

— kenne

The Ferry to Havasu Landing Resort and Casino   Leave a comment

The Ferry to Havasu Landing Resort and Casino — Images by kenne
(Click on any of the images for a larger view in a slideshow format.)

On our first night at the London Bridge Resort in Lake Havasu City, Jeri, Ron, Joy and I took the ferry across Lake Havasu to the Havasu Landing Resort and Casino where did a little gambling and had dinner. The ride takes approximately twenty minutes.

— kenne

 

Colorado River In Northwest Arizona   Leave a comment

Colorado River NW AZ-7707 panorama blogA Section of the Colorado River South of Lake Mead In Northwest Arizona
— Panorama by kenne

Advice from a river.
Go with the flow,
immerse yourself in nature,
slow down and meander,
go around the obstacles,
be thoughtful of those downstream,
stay current,
the beauty is in the journey!

— Ilan Shamir

Colorado River Panorama   1 comment

Colorado River Panorama (1 of 1) blogColorado River South of Hoover Dam Panorama — Images by kenne

Colorado River (1 of 1) blog The Rocks

of these mountains
are no match against

the mighty river.
Weary of its motion

they open to
potent penetration.

— kenne

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