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Some Things Don’t Need To Be Explained   Leave a comment

Western Sneezeweed-Edit-1-blogWestern Sneezeweed Photo-Artistry by kenne

I myself do not believe in explaining anything.

— Shel Silverstein

Standing On The Footprints Of Man   Leave a comment

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013Standing On The Footprints Of Man — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“Think truly, and thy thoughts shall the world’s famine feed;
Speak truly, and each word of thine shall be a fruitful seed;
Live truly, and thy life shall be a great and noble creed.” 

— Neville Goddard

 

Climate Change Art   1 comment

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013Climate Change — Photo-Artistry by kenne

We are the mirror as well as the face in it.
We are tasting the taste this minute
of eternity. We are pain
and what cures pain, both. We are
the sweet, cold water and the jar that pours.

— Rumi

The Old Wagon Wheel   1 comment

First posted October 16, 2013. — kenne

“The great challenges of life appear to us when, and only when, we have everything we need to survive and heal from the experience.” — Gregg Braden

Becoming is Superior to Being

Willow Springs Ranch-8227 B-W blog IIImage by kenne

The old wagon wheel
Many turns down gravel roads
Days of grease no more.

  — kenne

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Posted October 16, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

Bee On Sneezeweed Wildflower   1 comment

Bee On Sneezeweed-Edit-2-art-blogBee On Western Sneezeweed Wildflower — Photo-Artistry by kenne

 

Hiking Under The Fall Colors   4 comments

Aspen Draw Fall Colors-8371 blogFall Colors, Hiking On Mt. Lemmon — Image by kenne

Shadows on the trail
Hiking on a golden hill
Look, but don’t look back.

— kenne

Autumn Looking For Messages   2 comments

Seed Pods-Edit-2-Art-blog-2Seed Pods — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“The lake around them changed its name.
Today it’s no more than a pond I walk around
each autumn looking for messages among
the fallen acorns and beer cans left by teenagers.
Another engine fires, the air rings with each precise explosion,
and each image vanishes into photography.”

— from “Photography” by Philip Levine

 

 

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