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World Book Day   1 comment

Prescott Old Sage Book Shop-1826-72Old Sage Book Shop (Prescott, Arizona) — Image by kenne

Yesterday, April 23rd was “World Book Day.” Knowledge is power, and one of the best ways to obtain knowledge is through reading. When’s the last time you visited a library, or a bookstore? Any day is a good time to relax and read a book. 

“When I find in people narrow religion
I find also narrow reading.”

— Ralph Waldo Emerson


Desert Eye   Leave a comment

Desert Eye-3-72-2Desert Eye — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Desert Eye

Look into my eye
and see the desert
melting my soul
 my heart burning
with love
deep inside
made full of life
from the outside
through my
desert eye.

— kenne

Abstraction Cactus Flower   Leave a comment

Stigma-Edit-2-art-72Abstraction Cactus Flower — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“I feel that a real living form is the natural result
of the individual’s effort to create the living thing
out of the adventure of his spirit into the unknown
— where it has experienced something — felt something —
it has not understood — and from that experience
comes the desire to make the unknown — known —

— Georgis O’Keeffe

Posted April 24, 2019 by kenneturner in Information

Keeping Alive A Sense Of Wonder   2 comments

SCVN SIR-72Panning for Garnets in Sabino Creek — Image by kenne

“If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder . . .
he [or she] needs the companionship of at least one adult
who can share it, rediscovering the joy, excitement, and
mystery of the world we live in.”

— Rachel Carson


Desert Landscape: Morning in Sabino Canyon   Leave a comment

Morning In The Desert-72.jpgDesert Landscape: Morning in Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

“You can’t know who you are until you where you are.”

-Wendell Berry 

Hiking The Picacho Peak Trails   Leave a comment

A posting from five years ago today. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

Picacho Peak State Park Photos by kenne
(Click on any of the images to see a larger view in a slideshow format.)

Driving I-10 between Tucson and Phoenix you cannot miss Picacho Peak, a majestic rock monolith on the west-side of the Interstate. The site of Arizona’s only Civil War battle, involving a Union cavalry patrol from California with Confederate scouts from Texas, the peak has served as a landmark by travelers for hundreds of years.


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Posted April 22, 2019 by kenneturner in Information

The Photographer   Leave a comment

kenne SCVN Hike 007-Edit-2-art-72-2The Photographer — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“In America,
the photographer is not simply
the person who records the past,
but the one who invents it.”

— Susan Sontag

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