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Wildflower Art   Leave a comment

Golden Columbine — Grunge Art by kenne

Gold on the mountain
With two weeks of monsoon rains
In sea of deep green.

— kenne

Queen Of Many Colors   3 comments

Joy@45Sawmill layers-Art blogComputer Art by kenne

I saw her to the south
a queen of many colors
on a bed of many riddles
young, yet slightly old
beneath her skin —
secrets in the shadows
from which revelation comes.

Who is this muse of revelation
when she passes through
the eye of the viewer?

— kenne

 

Yellow Flower — Creating a New Consciousness   Leave a comment

Balboa Park Flowers-1973 blog“Yellow Flower in Circles and Squares” — Image by kenne

Sometimes to appreciate beauty
it must be taken out of context
to capture a new perspective
based on my love of nature, sex
and life in a new consciousness
for the flower is neither
a subject nor an object
apart from being a flower.

— kenne

 

Desert Chicory Bouquet   4 comments

Desert Chicory-1303 art blogDesert Chicory Bouquet — Computer Art by kenne

For they spring fresh as the mountain flower
From the heart as pure and free
To my lips, and die for a word of power,
That would tell their depths to thee.
But like the flowers on the mountain side
That bloom through the wind and rain.
I will constant prove, whate’er betide,
Dear friend, though our paths are twain.

— from Mountain Flowers by Louisa Lawson

Mockingbird Gears   1 comment

Mockingbird-0650 art blogMockingbird Gears — Computer Art by kenne

Mockingbird blue gears
Rise into my view each day
Bright body shadows.

— kenne

 

Desert Marigold   1 comment

Desert Maragold II art blogDesert Marigold — Computer Art by kenne

desert marigold
a kaleidoscope picture
not a bugs eye view 
      one perspective much larger
            one perspective much smaller

-- kenne

Columbine On Box Camp Trail, June 2013   1 comment

Box Camp Trail 06-28-13Columbine On Box Camp Trail, June 29, 2013 — Image by kenne

There can only be one solution to any problem: a change in attitude and in consciousness.

— Gregg Braden

 

 

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