Archive for the ‘Utah’ Category

Canyon Lands National Park Travel Scene   1 comment

Canyonland June 2014-2469 blogCanyon Lands National Park Travel Scene (June 2014) — Image by kenne

Being in the right place at the right time
is knowing how to stay active and look around
as if it were your last day on earth.
It’s a wonderful world out there.

— kenne

Delicate Arch Revisited   Leave a comment

Delicate Arch-2407 blog IIIDelicate Arch in Arches National Park, June 12, 2014 — Image by kenne

I am—yet what I am none cares or knows; 
My friends forsake me like a memory lost: 
I am the self-consumer of my woes— 
They rise and vanish in oblivious host, 
Like shadows in love’s frenzied stifled throes 
And yet I am, and live—like vapours tossed 
— from “I Am” by John Clare

 

Revisiting Arches National Park Landmarks   1 comment

june-trip-d800-2445-pano-arches-nat-park-blog-iiCourthouse Towers, Three Gossips, Sheep Rock, Tower of Babel and The Organ Landscape Landmarks Panorama
Near the Entrance of Arches National Park (June 12, 2014) — Image by kenne

“…only the philosophical question is perennial, not the answers.”

— Paul Tillich 

Laid-Back at Delicate Arch   Leave a comment

delicate-arch-panorama-blogLaid-Back at Delicate Arch, Arches National Park (June 12, 2014) — Panorama Image by kenne

Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better.

— Albert Camus

Zion National Park Majestic Panorama View   Leave a comment

Zion Majestic View (1 of 1)-33 Panorama blogZion National Park Majestic View — Panorama image by kenne

A few remaining clouds

sailed into the sunset

leaving behind

golden sandstone cathedrals,

soon to be dark silhouettes

against the glow

of desert night sky.

— kenne

Zion Canyon   Leave a comment

Zion (1 of 1)-11 art blogZion Canyon, Zion National Park — Computer Painting by kenne

The day is early

Off to see the canyons gods

And color my pages.

— kenne

Court of the Patriarchs, Zion Canyon   2 comments

Zion (1 of 1)-3 Court of the Patriarchs blogCourt of the Patriarchs, Zion Canyon — Image by kenne

On this cloudy day

we rode the
canyon shuttle
getting off
at each stop

with family
visiting the
park for the
first time.

Concerned the
clouds might
diminish the
canyon’s beauty

soon vanished
as the clouds
began to break up
over the towering

cliffs of Navajo
sandstone that
form the Court
of the Patriarchs.

— kenne

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