Archive for the ‘Children’ Tag

View From Colossal Cave: Vail, Arizona   Leave a comment

Cave-0868 Dave Katelyn Jaxon Kate NickView From Colossal Cave: Vail, Arizona (Children and Grandchildren: Dave, Katelyn, Jaxon, Kate, and Nick) — Image by kenne

Far Away, But Always Close To My Heart   Leave a comment

Katie David & Me (1 of 1) art blogKatie, Kenne G. and Kenne D. in Bryan, Texas (Early Eighties) — Image by Mary Ann

“You can’t know who you are until you know where you are.”

— Wendell Berry

Father And Daughter Image   1 comment

d-katelyn-iii-framed-blog IISon, Kenne David and Granddaughter, Katelyn at About the Same Ages — Image by kenne (April 6, 2011)

Two moments,
captured in time
each a generation apart
father and daughter
creating a new reality
a moment in time.

— kenne

Curiosity   Leave a comment

Store (1 of 1)-4-2_children blog

“Curiosity is one of the great secrets of happiness.”

— Bryant H. McGill

Store (1 of 1)-4-2_contrast blogGeneral Store In Rural Sonora, Mexico (January28, 2016) — Images by kenne

“Philosophers and small children thus have an important faculty in common.
The only thing we require to be good philosophers is the faculty of wonder…”

— Jostein Gaarder

Capturing The Moment — Kids   Leave a comment

Kids (1 of 1) blogKids — Image by kenne

Posted September 14, 2014 by kenneturner in Capturing the Moment, Life, Photography

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Capturing The Moment — Festival Time   Leave a comment

Festival008 b-w blog“Festival Time” — Image by kenne

It’s festival time

Young and old celebrate fall

Seasonal passage.


Posted September 13, 2014 by kenneturner in Capturing the Moment, Information, Life, Photography, Poetry

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A Mother’s Love Returned, Laboring In Gratitude   11 comments

Jody Joy Jeri VirginiaJeri, Mother Virginia, Joy & Jody (July 8, 2012) — Image by kenne

It was just less than three weeks ago that Joy was in southern California planning her mother’s 90th birthday celebration with sisters, Jody and Jeri. This past Tuesday she returned, this time to her mother’s death-bed. This afternoon Virginia pasted away peacefully. She is survived by her eight children, many grand and great-grandchildren.

The only thing greater

than a mother’s

undying love

is the combine love

returned to her

by those she loves,

laboring in their

song of gratitude.

— kenne


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