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White-winged Dove   2 comments

White-winged Dove — Photo-Artistry by kenne

the dove sits and waits

till I leave the patio

still, the feeder waits

— kenne

Dove In Mesquite Tree   2 comments

White-winged Dove In Mesquite Tree — Photo-Artistry by kenne

we have eye connect

can she see into my soul

we will never know

— kenne

Tucson El Presidio Window   Leave a comment

Tucson El Presidio District Window — Photo-Artistry by kenne

old Presidio

where Tucson’s history lives

around each corner

— kenne

“Night Skies”   Leave a comment

“Night Skies” — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“You never master the art of photography.

You always just strive to get better.”

— kenne

 

Cactus Wren   1 comment

Cactus Wren — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“Photography comes from the moment

existing at the time it was created.”

— kenne

Bee On Chicory Wildflower   Leave a comment

Bee On Chickory Wildflower — Photo-Artistry by kenne

The monsoon season has begun the second-hottest and second-driest on record in Arizona, where heat records
are frequently broken last year. The last two years have seen fewer desert downpours, an important source of
summer river flow.

“We’re dealing with a rapidly changing climate that is becoming, overall, more dry and varied and warmer,”
said Scott Wilbor, an ecologist in Tucson who studies desert river ecosystems, including the San Pedro.
“We are in uncharted territory.” Click here to learn about the importance of Sonoran Desert rivers.

Cedar Waxwing Art   Leave a comment

Cedar Waxwing — Photo-Artistry by kenne

they come every spring

flights of these impressive birds

attracting birders

— kenne

Forest Floor In The West   2 comments

Forest Floor In the West — Abstract Art by kenne

Almost 100 fires and complexes are burning over one million acres across the United States. Thousands of wildland firefighters
and support personnel are assigned to incidents. To date, 34,411 wildfires have burned 2,255,218 million acres.

Now more than ever, we need your help to prevent wildfires. When you work and play in our precious public forests,
parks and rangelands, it is critical for you to be fire safe. Have spark arresters on equipment and vehicles like chain saws,
motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles. Exhaust systems on any vehicle can easily ignite vegetation, so drive and park in
designated areas keeping off and away from dry grass and brush. Taking these simple steps can keep our natural resources
from going up in smoke. —
National Interagency Fire Center

Wildflowers (July 30, 2014)– Grunge Art   Leave a comment

Wildflowers (July 30, 2014) — Grunge Art by kenne

Saguaro Sunrise   1 comment

Saguaro Sunrise — Photo-Artistry by kenne

saguaro sunrise

just above the canyon ridge

shadows in the dark

— kenne

 

The Lone Hiker   Leave a comment

The Lone Hiker — Photo-Artistry by kenne

now in his eighties
living moment by moment
carries a message

time past time present
both in time future

— kenne

The Desert New Normal   1 comment

The Desert New Normal — Photo-Artistry by kenne

desert’s new normal

higher hot and dry levers

get use to it now

— kenne

Scorpionweed   Leave a comment

Scorpionweed — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“The world isn’t just the way it is. It is how we understand it, no?
And in understanding something, we bring something to it, no?
Doesn’t that make life a story?”

― from Life of Pi by Yann Martel

Little Cactus On Mt. Lemmon   Leave a comment

Little Cactus On Mt. Lemmon — Photo-Artistry by kenne

The most visible creators I know of are
those artists whose medium is life itself.
The ones who express the inexpressible —
without brush, hammer, clay, or guitar.
They neither paint nor sculpt — their
medium is being. Whatever their presence
touches has increased life. They see and
don’t have to draw. They are the artists of
being alive.

— J. Stone

 

Cactus Blossom Art   1 comment

Cactus Blossom Art by kenne

Beauty blossoms forth

Each single moment leaving

A place in my heart.

— kenne

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