Archive for the ‘Panorama’ Category

Pusch Ridge Wilderness Panorama   Leave a comment

Marshall Gulch #3Pusch Ridge Wilderness In the Santa Catalina Mountains– Panorama by kenne

Feel the thrill of being in the moment.

— kenne

 

Ventana Canyon Trail   Leave a comment

Maiden Pools HikeVentana Canyon — Panorama by kenne

With the warmer days upon us, hiking lower canyon trials
like Ventana Canyon will be off our schedule till the fall.
Next stop, the higher elevation trials of the Santa Catalina Mountains.

The pleasure of hiking and adventure feeds our dreams

— kenne

Hiking The Lower Bug Springs Trail   Leave a comment

Bug Springs 2012Hiking The Lower Bug Springs Trail — Panorama by kenne

This morning we hiked the lower Bug Springs trail, which takes you through the 2002 Bullock Fire area. This rugged mountainous terrain still shows remnants of the fire sixteen years ago. The Bug Springs trail is favorited by mountain bikes leaving it with a lot of loose rocks and ruts, sometimes making it difficult for hikers.

— kenne

Deserts Come and Deserts Go   Leave a comment

Red Rock Country Panorama (1 of 1)-72Three Image Merge (Sedona, Arizona) — Panorama by kenne

Deserts Come and Deserts Go

Is it a desert, only time will tell,
a landscape between heaven and hell.
Every ten thousand years or so,
the ice will come, the ice then will go.

In one place the ocean throws water across the land,
another place flowers beyond numbers to count grow.
In time, only a desert will tell,
the span between heaven and hell.

— Phillip Camitses

 

“. . .the West of my deepest imaginings   Leave a comment

Sweetwater Trail Panorama-72-2Tucson Basin — Panorama by kenne

“. . . the West of my deepest imaginings—the place where the tangible and the mythical became the same.”

— Edward Abbey

Bluff Trail In Sabino Canyon   Leave a comment

Bluff Train Overlooking Sabino Creek-72-2.jpgSpringtime On The Bluff Trail In Sabino Canyon — Panorama by kenne

The universe is changing, and

we are part of the transformation.

— kenne

Snow In Tucson Panoramas   2 comments

Last week we had two inches of snow in Tucson and 2.5 feet on Mt. Lemmon and by the time these images were taken most of the snow in the basin had melted. It was beautiful while it lasted.

Tucson Snow Panorama-2-72The Catalina Mountains in the Sabino Canyon area.

Tanuri Ridge-72-3The Catalina Mountains as seen from Tanui Ridge

Baboquivari Mountains-72-2The Baboquivari Mountains — Panoramas by kenne

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