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The First Of Two October Full Moons In 2020   Leave a comment

2020 Harvest Moon (October 1, 2020) — Image by kenne

October’s first full moon is the harvest moon on October 1,
and the second full moon will occur on October 31.
While the moon won’t actually look blue, the second full moon in one month
is usually referred to as a blue moon. This happens every 2.5 to three years,
or “once in a blue moon.”


Three Days After The Blue Moon   Leave a comment

moon over Sabino Canyon (1 of 1) blogMoon over Sabino Canyon three days after the Blue Moon — Image by kenne

Because I have been spending time in the cooler temperatures of Mt. Lemmon, I haven’t been in Sabino Canyon for about a month. After a brief run this morning, I went to check the creek flow (no rain in the canyon, but plenty on the mountains) and photograph barrel cactus flowers — this is the time of year for the barrel cactus to be blooming. 

Since I posted a Blue Moon image three days ago, I thought I would capture what remains of it this morning over Sabino Canyon.

— kenne 

Blue Moon Over Tucson, July 31, 2015   9 comments

Blue Moon (1 of 1)-4 blogBlue Moon Over Tucson, July 31, 2015 — Image by kenne

On The Road To Ruin   7 comments

Turkey Vultures March 2013Image by kenne

On the Road to Ruin — An Ode To Danger People

A time of dangerous opportunity
A time to discard sacred cows
A time for spiritual renewal
A time of shared empathy
A time of caring
A time to create
A time to mute siren songs
A time to be “danger people.”

— kenne

Blue Moon Painting   4 comments

RiverBlueMoon7.4 IV Painting blog“Blue Moon” — Image by kenne

Posted January 24, 2013 by kenneturner in Art

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Capturing The Moment –Once In A Blue Moon   2 comments

August 2, 2012 Full Moon — Image by kenne

This month will have two full moons, August 2nd and August 31st. The second full moon is rare. When people say “once in a blue moon” they are speaking to the rare occurrence of a second moon happening in the same given month. 


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