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Walking With The Girl   Leave a comment

Photo-Artistry by kenne

Walking with the girl

I miss her stroking my soul

A watchtower’s voice.

— kenne

Hawking Pizza In Tucson   Leave a comment

Hawking Pizza In Tucson — Image by kenne

Hot days of summer

One hundred ten in Tucson

Always pizza time.

— kenne

To the man, to the woman . . .   2 comments

Photo-Artistry by kenne

To the man, to the woman
who utilized their
energies, goodness, strength,
anger, love, tenderness,
to those who truly
alive
flowered,
and in their sensuality matured,
let us not apply
the measure
of a time
that may be
something else, a mineral
mantle, a solar
bird, a flower,
something, maybe,
but not a measure.
Time, metal
or bird, long
petiolate flower,
stretch
through
man’s life,
shower him
with blossoms
and with
bright
water
or with hidden sun.
I proclaim you
road,
not shroud,
a pristine
ladder
with treads
of air,
a suit lovingly
renewed
through springtimes
around the world.

— from Ode To Age by Pablo Neruda

Life Turned Around   3 comments

Turned Around — Image by kenne

Turned around,
Here am I.
Knowing how,
Not the why.

Young in heart
Old in age.
Feeling the itch,
Pacing the cage.

Inner peace,
Knowing the thou.
Learning to write
Thesis of now.

Turned around,
Found love.
Living the moment,
Free as a dove.

Still learning,
When to talk.
Listening for,
Beat of the walk.

Reality is now,
Truth in the heart.
Singing the knowledge,
Requiem to smart.

Turned around,
Found beauty in art.
Traveling the future,
With Dylan and Descartes

— kenne

Texas Two Step   Leave a comment

Texas Two Step — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“He had a habit of remarking to bartenders that he didn’t see
any sense in mixing whiskey with water
since the whiskey was already wet.”

— Joseph Mitchell

Fence Along the Wash   Leave a comment

Fence Along the Tanque Verde Wash — Image by kenne

Hat on the fence post

Do not put on any airs

You goddess of gloom.

— kenne

Bird On The Forest Floor   Leave a comment

Bird on the Forest Floor — Image by kenne

Solitary bird

In the shadow of the trees

Loneliness to us.

— kenne

Classic Car Show   Leave a comment

Classic Car Show — Image by kenne

Polished and dusted
Now a mirror of the past
Getting attention.

— kenne

 

Tombstone Stagecoach Driver   Leave a comment

Tombstone Stagecoach Driver — Image by kenne

A stagecoach driver
Waiting outside Big Nose Kate’s
Most tourists walk by.

— kenne

 

Saveur Bistro, Santa Fe   Leave a comment

Saveur Bistro, Santa Fe, New Mexico — Image by kenne
Dee & Bernie Rusanowski, Proprietaries

While in Santa Fe last week, we had breakfast two mornings at this little bistro, located just a short walk from
where we stayed at the Hotel Santa Fe. The poached eggs were prepared to perfection

and the corned beef hash, made fresh daily, was something else to experience.

— kenne

San Bernardino Valley Panorama   2 comments

San Bernardino Valley Panorama Created from Four Images (July 11, 2009) — Panorama Image by kenne

“Sometimes a useful delusion is better than a useless truth.”

― from The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly   Leave a comment

Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly — Image by kenne

The Pipevine Swallowtail (Battus philenor) is one of my favorite butterflies common in the Tucson area.  It is a
large butterfly with a wingspan of about 3.5 inches. This butterfly ranges throughout the U.S. and Central America.

Throwback Thursday — Dick and Carol   Leave a comment

Dick and Carol Crow, Best Buddies In the 50s and 60s (October 1965) — 
My brother, Tom sitting on the couch talking to our mother, not in the picture.

Looking back on life,

do I have any regrets?

“A little late for that,

don’t you think?”

— kenne

Lunch On A Limb   Leave a comment

“Lunch On A Limb” Cooper’s Hawk Eating a Catch In Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

A life ended so another can survive.

— kenne

 

Agave Plant   Leave a comment

Agave Plant — Image by kenne

“Nearly all agaves, along with most bromeliads such as pineapple, are somewhat peculiar in their flowering habit.
They grow vegetatively for many years (though not the hundred years that gave rise to the common name of
century plant) without producing a single flower, and then when they get the urge to reproduce, they send
forth an enormous stalk with hundreds and hundreds of them. These plants that flower and set seed only once
in their lives are called monocarpic.”
— Source: Succulent Gardens

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