Archive for the ‘Tucson Arizona’ Category

Two-Tailed Butterfly   6 comments

two-tailed swallowtail butterfly (1 of 1)-2 art blogTwo-Tailed Butterfly — Photo-Artistry by kenne

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Some critic tried to put me down —
“Your poems lask the Basic Truth of Tao”
And I recall the old-timers
Who were poor and didn’t care
I have to laugh at him,
He misses the point entirely,
Men like that
Ought to stick to making money.

— Gary Snyder

Father and Sons — A Life Teaching Moment   2 comments

Sabino Creek - father & sons (1 of 1)art blogFather and Sons In Sabino Creek — Photo-Artistry by kenne

A life teaching moment.

Japanese Azalea Blossom   1 comment

Azalea-3568 - II Phooto-Artistry blogPotted Japanese Azalea Blossom — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Azaleas usually bloom in the spring, but this year here in Tucson it took the monsoon rains for our Japanese to bloom. This is my celebration photo.

— kenne

Agua Caliente Trail   2 comments

Agua Caliente -9217-Edit Smudge blogAgua Caliente Trail — Photo-Artistry by kenne

We climb up and down
Agua Caliente’s
Canyons and meadows.

— kenne

Butterfly and Flower — Graphic Sketch   2 comments

Southern California September 2012Butterfly and Flower (Graphic Sketch) — Photographic-Artistry by kenne

Everyone on the face of the Earth
has a treasure that lies waiting for them.

— Paulo Coelho

Bird-Watching On Mt. Lemmon   Leave a comment

Birders (1 of 1)-Edit HRD blogBird-watching on Mt. Lemmon — HDR Image by kenne

“Bird watching is really all about the quest for balance—between the curious animal at the near end of the binoculars and the wild animal at the far end; between the classifiable and the ineffably mysterious; between our killing, conquering urges and our impulse toward conservation.”

—  from “The Difference Between Bird Watching and Birding” by Jonathan Rosen

Bird On A Cut Branch   2 comments

Bird on Limb Art July 2018 blogBird On A Cut Branch — Digital Art by kenne

Bird on a cut branch
Given a grunge backdrop
Posting something new.

— kenne

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