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High Contrast Tower   2 comments

Lake Robbins-10-2 blogAnadarko Tower, The Woodlands, Texas (October 2006) — Image by kenne

Posted January 9, 2014 by kenneturner in Information, Photography

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The Gardens At The Museum Of The Shenandoah Valley   3 comments

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013Kathy and Joy in The Gardens at The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Image by kenne

The Glen Burnie Gardens include the Pink Pavilion and Fountain Courtyard, the Boxwood Parterre and Knot Garden, and Vegetable, Perennial, Rose, and Herb Gardens. The historic Wood and Glass Family Cemetery is also part of this landscape.

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Chapel Of The Holy Cross, Sedona, Arizona   3 comments

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortImages of the Chapel of The Holy Cross, Sedona, Arizona by kenne

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortInside the Chapel

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortChapel Entrance with Cathedral Rock In The Background

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortView from the Road Below the Chapel

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortRed Rock Panorama View From Behind The Chapel of The Holy Cross

Jerome, Arizona   7 comments


Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort
Jerome, Arizona — Images by kenne

This island in the sky,

an old copper mining town

between Prescott and Sedona,

today supported by tourism,

run by old hippies —

music festivals,  

art galleries,

craft stores,

coffee houses,

restaurants —

holders

in due course

of timeless moments

in a sky-island vortex.

— kenne

Comparing Artistic Styles — Norman Baxter & Claudia Galassini   Leave a comment

Norman Baxter

Norman Baxter Signed Print of the 1972 Houston Skyline

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“Today something different: can you find Ladybug?” The work of Claudia Galassini, which she posts on her blog, “The Sofi’s World

One of the blogs I follow is “The Sofi’s World.” Yesterday she posted the above illustration, which immediately reminded me of the Norman Baxter print we have in our study. For years, Baxter’s illustrations appeared on the cover some city’s Yellow Pages, which was the case of the 1972 Houston Yellow Pages.

kenne

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