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Hiking Boots — Photo-Artistry   Leave a comment

Hiking Boots blogHiking Boots — Photo-Artistry by kenne

The mountain seems no more a soulless thing,
But rather as a shape of ancient fear,
In darkness and the winds of Chaos born
Amid the lordless heavens’ thundering–
A Presence crouched, enormous and austere,
Before whose feet the mighty waters mourn.

— from Night On the Mountain By George Sterling

Orange Sulphur Butterfly   5 comments

Orange Sulphur-art-blogOrange Sulphur Butterfly — Photo-Artistry

 

September Sunset   3 comments

Patio Sunset-Edit-2-art-blog-2September Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

I wanted a good place in the foothills
To have a drink as the sun goes down.
Light breezes move silver-green olive leaves —
I watch swirling clouds circle the sun.
How did I make it here?
My heart just pushed me here.
If your heart was like mine
You’d put down the book and be here.

— kenne

Old Hikers Walk the Trails   3 comments

SCVN Pima Canyon Hike -- 01-06012_20120106_1192 Hikers In Morning Sun-II-Art-3-blog-2Hikers — Photo-Artistry by kenne

As aging hikers
We walk the trails
Under the desert skies
Where nature welcomes
And challenges us
In our active desire
To remain forever young.

— kenne

Come With Me   1 comment

Sabino Canyon Panorama(View from Blacketts Ridge- blog.jpgSabino Canyon as Viewed from Blackett’s Ridge in the Santa Catalina Mountains — Image by kenne

Come with me to Blackett’s Ridge
To hike a rocky switch-back trail.
A deep gorge designates the end
Overlooking converging canyons. 
White clouds hang from a blue sky.
Now we wait for the sun to go down
When we will return to the trailhead
Under the light of the harvest moon.

— kenne

Queen Butterfly Photo-Artister   4 comments

Queen Butterfly-art-blog.jpgQueen Butterfly Photo-Artistry by kenne

The first rule of intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts.

— Paul Ehrlich

Giant Swallowtail Butterfly   3 comments

Gaint Swallowtail-blogGiant Swallowtail Butterfly — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Often a writer writes just to maintain their sanity.

— Paul Theroux

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