Archive for the ‘Brittlebush’ Tag

Morning Rains   1 comment

BrittlebushBrittlebush In Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

Morning rains welcomed
Here in the Tucson desert
Moving on midday.

— kenne

Sabino Canyon Cottonwood: Diversity Near The Creek   Leave a comment

Cottonwood Tree In Fall Color -blogSabino Canyon Cottonwood: Diversity Near The Creek — Image by kenne

it’s leaf-peeper time
for desert trees near water
turning sun colors

light up cloudy days
early signs of spring colors
buds on brittlebush

thinking of poems
I walk collecting images
I may never use

nature’s distinction
a wild garden made of time
rhythm of cycles

the trails are narrow
filled with echoes of past steps
now sounds of silence

floating gray clouds pass
still, light shines through the shadows
as twisting leaves fall

 two young girls passed by
visitors from the cold north
loose-breasted sun nymphs

time has moved by fast
in need of a time machine
bygone days are gone

— kenne

Black-tailed Gnatcatcher   Leave a comment

Black-tailed Gnatcatcher-1157 blogBlack-tailed Gnatcatcher On A Brittlebush in Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

Because of a lack of winter rains,
brittlebush plants are very dry and few
are blooming this spring.

— kenne

“Nothing human disgusts me . . . unless it is unkind or violent.”

— Tennesee Williams

Verdin On A Brittlebush In Sabino Canyon   Leave a comment

Even with last week’s good rainfall, most brittlebush plants are not blooming as would normally be this time of year. We have had a very dry winter, even so, these two plants were located near one another. 

— kenneVerdin-1157 blogVerdin On A Brittlebush in Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

Brittlebush-1178 blogBrittlebush Blooming in Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

 

 

Brittlebush — Yellow Moon Wildflower   Leave a comment

SCVN Elementary March 19, 2015-6629-brittlebush blogBrittlebush — Image by kenne

“When words become unclear,
I shall focus with photographs.
When images become inadequate,
I shall be content with silence.”

–Ansel Adams

Misty Morning In Sabino Canyon   2 comments

Visitors Center (1 of 1) blogSabino Canyon Visitors Center (February 24, 2015)Brittlebush (1 of 1) blogBrittlebush Blooming in Sabino Canyon (February 24, 2015) — Images by kenne

The Sonoran Desert Is Turning Into A Sea Of Floral Yellow   3 comments

Brittlebush Blooming In The Sonoran Desert — Images by kenne

With good rains earlier this month the Sonoran desert is beginning to explode into a colorful display that changes the brown desert landscape into a sea of floral yellow. With a little rain, this common desert scrub will begin to bloom and will do so almost year round. I last posted brittlebush blossom images two months ago.

kenne

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