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Fiddleneck and Bee   2 comments

Esperero Trail Wildflowers Spring 2013Fiddleneck and Bee — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Fiddleneck and bee
Background shadows with color
Spring is everywhere.

— kenne

Bee On Lyreleaf Jewelflower   Leave a comment

Bee On Lyreleaf Jewelflower-Edit-3-72Bee On Lyreleaf Jewelflower — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Only the bee understand spring,
One of millions and millions
Flying from blossom to blossom,

Bringing home food for the hive 
While pollinating the future.

— kenne

Bee On A Desert Cotton Blossom   Leave a comment

Bee in Desert Cotton Blossom-Edit-blog-2Bee On A Desert Cotton Blossom — Photo-Artistry by kenne

White flower beauty
An autumn desert blossom 
Edges pink with age.

— kenne

Bee On Sneezeweed Wildflower   1 comment

Bee On Sneezeweed-Edit-2-art-blogBee On Western Sneezeweed Wildflower — Photo-Artistry by kenne

 

Bee On Mexican Bird of Paradise — Photo-Artistry   1 comment

Mexican Bird of Paradise-7772-Edit art-II blogBee On Mexican Bird of Paradise — Photo-Artistry

When each moment becomes, an expectation life is deprived of fulfillment.

— Alan W. Watts

 

Bee On A Thistle   Leave a comment

Mt Bigelow 07-15-13Bee On A Thistle — Image by kenne

Bee on a thistle
Digging for nature’s juices
Growing and changing.

— kenne

Not I, not I, but the wind that blows through me!   Leave a comment

Miller Creek TrailBee Approaching Blue Dicks Blossoms — Digital Art by kenne

Not I, not I, but the wind that blows through me!
A fine wind is blowing the new direction of Time.
If only I let it bear me, carry me, if only it carry me!
If only I am sensitive, subtle, oh, delicate, a winged gift!
If only, most lovely of all, I yield myself and am borrowed
By the fine, fine wind that takes its course through the chaos of the world
Like a fine, an exquisite chisel, a wedge-blade inserted;
If only I am keen and hard like the sheer tip of a wedge
Driven by invisible blows,
The rock will split, we shall come at the wonder, we shall find the Hesperides.
— from “Song of a Man Who Has Come Through” by D. H. Lawrence
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