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HAPPY THANKSGIVING!   1 comment

TucsonTucson Basin — Computer Painting by kenne

Wishing everyone a super Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy the time together.

— kenne

The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.

— William Blake

Autumn Sunset   1 comment

Sunset-0621 art blogAutumn Sunset — Computer Art by kenne

Watching yesterday’s sunset
before hitting the road
headed west on I-10
to southern California
with millions of other 
Thanksgiving Holiday travels.

Having made it safely
is now added to the list
of things for which
to be thankful —
a much appreciated
long list of gratitude.

— kenne

The Rhythm Of Life   Leave a comment

IBC Abstract IIThe Rhythm of Life — Abstract Art  by kenne

The rhythm of life,

you don’t have to see it,

you don’t have to hear it

if you feel the beat

the rhythm of life

is the sound of silence.

–kenne

First Camellia Bonsai Blossom   1 comment

camellia flower-0743 framed blogFirst Camellia Bonsai Blossom — Image by kenne

 

One year ago October, our friends Kathy and Bob from Winchester, Virginia visited us. They gave us our first camellia bonsai tree. Since then I have been careful to make sure it was watered regularly here in the desert southwest. Although it is typically a late fall blooming plant, the little tree didn’t have any blossoms when we receive it. So, we have been anxiously waiting for it to bloom this fall, wondering if the buds were ever going to open. This image is the first blossom. 

Thanks again, Kathy and Bob for the lovely bonsai.

— kenne

Yellow-Eyed Junco — Grunge Art   3 comments

SCVN Nature Walk 08-08-12Yellow-eyed Junco — Grunge Art by kenne

Yellow-eyed junco
Perched upon a broken branch —
Lights, nikon, action.

— kenne

Cutleaf evening primrose   1 comment

Bear Wallow LeavesCutleaf evening primrose Image by kenne

An evening primrose
Just drifting in the moment
Even though I hide.

kenne

Female Phainopepla Returns To The Canyon   Leave a comment

Female Phainopepla-0628 blog IIFemale Phainopepla in Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

After spending the summer at the higher elevations of the Santa Catalina Mountains, phainopeplas have returned to the lower Sabino Canyon.

— kenne

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