Archive for the ‘Golden Columbine’ Category

Nothing Gold Can Stay   1 comment

Golden Columbine WildflowerGolden Columbine — Image by kenne

Nothing Gold Can Stay

Nature’s first green is gold,

Her hardest hue to hold.

Her early leaf’s a flower;

But only so an hour.

Then leaf subsides to leaf.

So Eden sank to grief,

So dawn goes down today.

Nothing gold can stay.

— Robert Frost

 

 

Bougainvillea & Sunsets December 2012Sunset — Image by kenne

 

Nature Is A Sphere   Leave a comment

Box Camp Trail 06-28-13Mt. Lemmon Golden Columbine — Image by kenne

Nature is a sphere
Revealing cosmic patterns
In all the clutter.

— kenne

Golden Columbine Art   1 comment

Aspen Loop To Wilderness RocksGolden Columbine Art by kenne

Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction.

— E. O. Wilson

The Columbine Wildflower, My Mountain Muse II   1 comment

columbine (1 of 1) framed blogThe Columbine Wildflower, My Mountain Muse II

sometimes I whisper

to my mountain muse —

come to my place.

come tomorrow.

on the way home

I thought of her

the yellow strips,

the dividing line.

— kenne

The Columbine Wildflower, My Mountain Muse   1 comment

columbine (1 of 1) art blogColumbine Wildflower Computer Art — Image by kenne

Always so tempting,

like the daughters

of the mountain god

tempting me to climb

down the narrow ravine,

I walked by

talking to myself

hoping to not hear

the music of

my mountain muse.

We hiked miles

before I decided

to photograph

another columbine,

attracted by the sound

of the nearby stream

providing background vocals,

as sun rays kissed

her golden lips.

— kenne

Expanding My Golden Columbine WildflowerConsciousness   1 comment

Columbine (1 of 1) art blogExpanding My Golden Columbine Wildflower Consciousness — Image by kenne

Golden Columbine With A Grunge Art Layer   1 comment

Golden Columbine with a Grunge Art Layer — Image by kenne

The Flower, . . .   2 comments

columbine blogGolden Columbine (Aquilegia chrysantha) — Image by kenne

The flower,

without it

there would be

no humanity.

— kenne

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