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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

 

Red Rock Country   Leave a comment

Red Rock Country blogRed Rock Country, Sedona, Arizona — Image by kenne

what good is beauty
without human connections —
existential thought

— kenne

Magritte Clouds Over Cathedral Rock   1 comment

blacketts-ridge-9876-cathedral-rock-blogCathedral Rock in the Santa Catalina Mountains

Cathedral Rock blogCathedral Rock in the Sedona Verde Valley

In a Magritte sky
clouds formed
from the smoke
of a stemmed pipe
one sunkissed on
Catalina peaks
the other an
Upflow Vortex
each a cathedral rock
named in history
remaining covered
invoking mystery
concealing nothing.

— kenne

“We are surrounded by curtains. 
We only perceive the world 
behind a curtain of semblance. 
At the same time, 
an object needs to be covered 
in order to be recognized at all.”

– René Magritte

Sedona Panorama   Leave a comment

Sedona Panorama blogSedona, Arizona Panorama — Image by kenne

There’s a special vortex in Sedona for John McCain. May he rest in peace. — kenne

 

Posted August 25, 2018 by kenneturner in Arizona, Information, Sedona

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Passing Through Sedona On Way To Monumant Valley   1 comment

Sedona Snapshots (April 22, 2018) by kenne

A week ago today we began a short trip that would take us to several places we have been before, the exception being Monument Valley in the Navajo Nation. Heading north on I-10, we took I-17 north to Flagstaff out of Pheinox with a little detour over to Sedona and the Oak Creek Canyon. After a brief stop in Sedona, we began the beautiful drive on the twisting Oak Creek Canyon 89A highway.

Our next stop was Flagstaff, just long enough to top off the gas tank, before heading on the Tuba City located in the Painted Desert on the Navajo Nation, where we planned to spend the night and check out the old Tuba City Trading Post.

— kenne

New Age Technology –Existential Tragicomedy   2 comments

New Age Technology blogNew Age Technology (Women in Sedona Using a Drone to Take Selfies.)– Computer Art by kenne

At nature’s vortex
three women capture selfies —
irrational state?

The spiritual
and technology transcend —
tragicomedy.

In creative acts,
essence of being human,
we are what we are.

— kenne

A Day In The West   1 comment

Jeep Tour (1 of 1)-2 Joy blogJoy and tour guide, Richie.Jeep Tour (1 of 1)-5 blogA Day in the West Jeep Tour (June 15, 2016) Images by kenne

During our recent brief stay in Sedona, Jill, James, Joy and I went on a two hour jeep tour behind Thunder Mountain. I used James as an excuse to finally get Joy out on a back-country jeep tour. Considering that Joy was still recovering from surgery, she did quite well.

The ride was a joy with Joy!

— kenne

Jeep Tour (1 of 1)-3 Panorama blogPanorama Taken On Jeep Tour by kenne

 

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