Archive for the ‘Sabino Canyon Recreation Area’ Category

Free As A Bird   1 comment

Western Bluebird-0516-Edit-art-72Eastern Bluebird — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Free as a Bird

You may desire

to be free as a bird, not

understanding you’re proper 

part within the whole,

meaning your ultimate destiny 

is not in your hands, but

caught in a conflict

between the forces of

freedom and duty.

— kenne

Gila Monster In Sabino Canyon   2 comments

Gila Monster-72-2.jpgGila Monster In Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

 

Each day I find the most marvelous things in the desert . . .   Leave a comment

Sonoran Spring-0743-72Springtime In The Desert — Image by kenne

Each day I find the most marvelous things in the desert
that for most people are the ordinary, the common,
the simple and tangible.
It’s important to always give the desert a second take.

— kenne

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

Greater Roadrunner In Mesquite Tree   Leave a comment

Greater Roadrunner-72Greater Roadrunner In Mesquite Tree — Image by kenne

Roadrunners don’t spend much time in trees. However, this guy was in a mesquite tree where he could more easily be seen and heard by a female a few hundred feet away  — it worked. 

— kenne

Honey Bee On London Rocket Wildflower   1 comment

Bee On London Rocket-3-72Honey Bee On London Rocket Wildflower — Image by kenne

The London Rocket is a naturalized weed native to Europe. It is most common in riparian areas, fields, drainage ditches, and in vacant lots. Because of the timing of desert winter rains this year, this weed seems to be everywhere. “The common name ‘London rocket’ comes from its abundance after the Great Fire of London in 1666. It was also noticed on bomb sites after the Blitz.”

— kenne

A Spring Bouquet   Leave a comment

spring bouquetA Spring Bouquet — Image by kenne

The same wildflowers, a different spring.
What matters is that it is spring.
What matters is that they return each spring.
What matters is each spring will be different.
What matters most is that the same wildflowers
           always return with each different spring.

— kenne

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