Archive for the ‘Grange Art’ Category

Mockingbird Gears   1 comment

Mockingbird-0650 art blogMockingbird Gears — Computer Art by kenne

Mockingbird blue gears
Rise into my view each day
Bright body shadows.

— kenne

 

Desert Grunge Art   1 comment

Desert Grunge Art blogDesert Grunge Art by kenne

“The more a person knows of himself,
the more he will hesitate to define his nature
and to assert what he must necessarily feel,
and the more he will be astounded
at his capacity to feel
in unsuspected and unpredictable ways.”

— Alan Watts

Forgotten Dreams In An Abandoned Ranch House   2 comments

Milagrosa Loop (1 of 1)-9 art blogForgotten Dreams In An Abandoned Ranch House — Computer Art By kenne

Forgotten Dreams

Every trail has a past.
Hundreds of hikers have
walked its rocky path
sharing stories laced
with embellished truths,
myths and legends.

Combining several trails
that loop through
the La Milagrosa and
Agua Caliente Canyons,
we began our hike
walking down Horsehead Road

through a gated community
before taking a rocky 4WD road
to the La Milagrosa Ridge trail
passing by an abandoned ranch house —
light now shines through its roof,
giving exit to forgotten dreams.

— kenne

Thurber Cinquefoil Grunge Art   Leave a comment

Thurber Cinquefoil (1 of 1) Art blog

Thurber Cinquefoil Grunge Art — Image by kenne

Thurber Cinquefoil Wildflower   Leave a comment

Thurber Cinquefoil (1 of 1)-2 Grange Art BlogThurber Cinquefoil Wildflower — Grange art by kenne

I love taking wildflower photos —

for some observers

it may be just another nature photo,

I think not!

— kenne

The Branch of Time, Out On A Limb — Abstract #0814   1 comment

Absract #0814 blogThe Branch of Time, Out On A Limb — Abstract #0814
Image by kenne

“Try to learn to let what is unfair teach you.”

— David Foster Wallace

Viceroy On Paper — Grunge Art   1 comment

Viceroy On Paper3 Grunge blogViceroy Butterfly on Paper, Grunge Art — Image by kenne

There is no end, but addition: the trailing

Consequence of further days and hours,

While emotion takes to itself the emotionless

Years of living among the breakage

Of what was believed in as the most reliable –

And therefore the fittest for renunciation.

— from The Dry Salvages by T.S. Eloit

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