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Mt. Lemmon Mushrooms   2 comments

Doves, Lightening, HikingMt. Lemmon Mushrooms — Image by kenne

Mount Lemmon Mushrooms
Appear from out of nowhere
Pushing aside leaves —

Sometimes on decaying logs
Sometimes on the sides of trees.

— kenne

Mushrooms Steps   Leave a comment

Doves, Lightening, HikingMushrooms Steps — Computer Painting by kenne

The Night Serpent

If mushrooms were to
grow backward,
what would the
wee people sit on
under the stars to
watch nude maidens
dance to the night serpent’s
pulsating drum beat?

— kenne

Mt. Lemmon Mushrooms   Leave a comment

Naturalists On Lemmon MeadowMt. Lemmon Mushrooms — Computer Art by kenne

To be old can be glorious if one has not unlearned how to begin.

— Martin Buber

Psychedelic Mushrooms   Leave a comment

SCVN Nature Walk 08-15-12, Marshall GulchPsychedelic Mushrooms — Computer art by kenne

Engrossing as a black hole
or your TV screen. I send out
no powers: I accept all
energies, all joys and juices . . .

–from “Dr. P.H.D. Dark, Hypnotist” by W.D. Snodgrass

Deep In The Mountain Woods   Leave a comment

Mushrooms (1 of 1) blogMushrooms — Image by kenne

I look through the hole and saw a landscape like that behind
our home, uncared for, and wild. I moved back a few steps
because I sensed vaguely that something was about to  happen.

— from Childhood and Poetry, by Pablo Neruda

Life Forms   2 comments

Doves, Lightening, Hiking

“Life Forms” — Image by kenne

I hear the gentle overnight rain 
falling on the skylight, feeling
it 
as if falling on my face.

Thoughts turn to my sacred place
where I search for new ideas, bringing
me closer to dream realization.

Life forms the images for my thoughts
each a magic moment, providing
a window into my inner soul

where I continue to seek answers
to my ultimate purpose, accepting
I may not be who I think I am.

— kenne

Mt. Lemmon Mushroom Grunge Art   1 comment

Mushrooms (1 of 1)-8 grunge art blogMt. Lemmon Mushroom Grunge Art by kenne

“One doesn’t stop seeing.
One doesn’t stop framing.
It doesn’t turn off and turn on.
It’s on all the time.”

— Annie Leibovitz 

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