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Grilling On New Year’s Day   Leave a comment

Kenne David Turner Grilling On His Birthday, January 1st — Image by kenne

“This sandgrain day in the bent bay’s grave
      He celebrates and spurns
   His driftwood forty-eighth wind turned age;
      Herons spire and spear.”

Looking Back To Beale Street, January 21, 2010   Leave a comment

Beale Street, Memphis (January 21, 2010) Image by kenne

The Houston Blues Society annually selects local musicians to participate in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis.
We were there in support of our good friend, Sonny Boy Terry. 

— kenne

Sonny Boy Terry — Image by kenne

Brown Pelican, Lake Houston   Leave a comment

Brown Pelican Taking Off Over Lake Houston — Images by Hugh Poland

On New Year’s Eve, Hugh and I spent some time in Kingwood’s East End Park.

His images of this pelican turned out better than mine.

— kenne

HTOWN Wall Art Panorama #4   Leave a comment

HTOWN Wall Art Panorama #4 (December 27, 2022) — Image by kenne

“Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.”

― Banksy

A Walk In East End Park   Leave a comment

A Short Walk In East End Park, Kingwood, Texas (December 28, 2022) — Images by kenne

After getting caught in a sudden rainstorm the day before, it was nice to see blue skies on the morning of the 28th.

HTOWN Wall Art #3   3 comments

HTOWN Wall  Art #3 (Houston,  TX, December 27, 2022) — Image by kenne

Touring HTOWN Wall Art   Leave a comment

Kenne D., Kenne G., and Katelyn — Image by Janie

“What is life? – A novel. Who is the author? – Anonymous. We read haltingly, laugh, weep… and sleep.”

— Nikolai Karamzin

The World Still Grows   1 comment

Swampy Area of East End Park, Kingwood, Texas (December 28, 2022) — Image by kenne

The world still grows it grows relentlessly
And yet there is always less of it

— from The Old Painter on a Walk Adam Zagajewski

Caught In The Rain   1 comment

I tried working in an hour walking the East End Park trails before a forecasted storm.

The sky was partly cloudy as I neared the lake.

An image from close to the ground looking toward the lake.

Cloud reflections on the water.

This image of the sky and clouds reflecting off the water is deceptive because dark clouds were already beginning to build up behind me.

By the time I reach the park parking lot I was soaked. (December 29, 20022) — Images by kenne

Kenne D. and Kenne G.   Leave a comment

Kenne David and His Dad at 8th Wonder Brewery (December 27, 2022) Image by Janie

“All that is transitory is but a metaphor.”

― Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Houston’s Giant Beatles Statures   Leave a comment

Giant Beatles Statures — Image by kenne

These 36-foot-tall concrete statues are the work of artist David Adickes. They are located in Houston’s East Downtown (EaDo) neighborhood,
in the backyard of the 8th Wonder Brewery, near the PNC Soccer Stadium, home of the MLS Houston Dynamo.

— kenne

Katelyn, Janie, and David (December 27, 2022)– Image by kenne

HTOWN Wall Art #2   Leave a comment

HTOWN Wall Art #2 (Houston, TX, December 27, 2022) — Image my kenne

Blues Brothers   4 comments

Kenneth and Kenne — Image by Mary

I was able to spend a few hours with Kenneth and Mary, re “Ken and Mary’s Blues Project” on Monday.
They are friends we try to spend some time with when we are visiting in the Houston area — love you guys!

— kenne

HTOWN Wall Art #1   3 comments

HTOWN Wall Art #1 — Image by kenne

Houston has a lot of wall art, especially in the near-downtown area. David, Janie, and Katelyn took me where some of the art is located yesterday. 

“Where do you go without me?”

— kenne

Posted December 28, 2022 by kenneturner in Art, Houston, Information, Photography

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Houston Chronicle Article, October 2006   2 comments

A Framed Copy of an Article in the Community Section of the Houston Chronicle, October 2006

What began as the “Reading Series” at Montgomery College in 1993 evolved to become the “Writers In Performance” series
conducted by the Montgomery County Literary Arts Council (MCLAC). Over the years, many local poets, as well as national
poets, have read their poetry at Montgomery College. Since moving to Tucson 12 years ago, I haven’t had too many
opportunities to attend the series, which continues under the leadership of Cliff Hudder and Dave Parsons.

— kenne

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