Archive for the ‘Capturing the Moment’ Tag

Stealth Butterfly   Leave a comment

SCVN Nature Walk 08-15-12, Marshall GulchArizona Sister Butterfly in Stealth Mode — Image by kenne

“Sweet freedom whispered in my ear
You’re a butterfly
And butterflies are free to fly
Fly away, high away bye bye”

— from “Someone Saved My Life Tonight” by Bernie Taupin / Elton John

Bring Your Tent To West Beach   1 comment

Galveston (9 of 106) Beach Tents blogBring Your Tent To West Beach, Galveston — Images by kenne

Sunset-Abanded Tent blog. . . but don’t abandon them.

Big Bird On The Patio Wall   Leave a comment

Roadrunner-0283 art blogGreater Roadrunner — Digital Art by kenne

Here he comes again
Bird on the patio wall
Stalking a lizard.

— kenne

Blooming Brittlebush   Leave a comment

Brittle Bush Flowers-0749 blogBlooming Brittlebush — Image by kenne

I attend to this moment
less it goes unattended
by the bee flying
in and out of time
only to be lost in a
wild thyme unseen
just to be conquered 
and reconciled again.

— kenne

Black Swallowtail Photo Essay– Signs of Spring   6 comments

Black Swallowtail Photo Essay– Signs of Spring by kenne (Tohono Chul, Tucson AZ, February 24, 2018) 

Desert springtime, with flowers popping up all over the place, trees leafing out, streams gushing down from the mountains. Great time of year for hiking, camping, exploring, sleeping under the new moon and the old stars. At dawn and at evening we hear the coyotes howling with excitement—mating season.

— Edward Abbey

Whale Watching Off The Coast Of Puerto Peñasco   4 comments

(Click on any image to see a larger view.)

Whale Watching — Photo Essay by kenne

Tom, Patty, Joy and I chartered a boat to go fishing in the Sea of Cortez off the coast of Puerto Peñasco and were able to get in some whale watching on the way out — two for one! Others were out just for the whale watching. — kenne

No Concussions Here   6 comments

Gila Woodpecker blog II

Gila Woodpecker High Pass blogGila Woodpecker — Images by kenne

Interesting Fact:

There are several ways woodpeckers have adapted to all the head-banging,
including having a long tongue that wraps around their brain. — kenne

 

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