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Tucson Sunset Clouds   Leave a comment

Tucson Sunset Clouds — Panorama by kenne

“Clouds come floating into my life,

no longer to carry rain or usher storm,

but to add color to my sunset sky.”

― Rabindranath Tagore

Clouds Float By   1 comment

Clouds — Image by kenne

Clouds float by

Just like ships at sea

In the sky.

— kenne

Beautiful Sedona Panorama   Leave a comment

View of Sedona from Airport Road — Panorama by kenne

Clouds under a blue sky
can’t resist reaching down
kissing the red rocks
of beautiful Sedona Arizona.

— kenne


A Tucson Sunset   Leave a comment

A Tucson Sunset — Panorama by kenne

Beautiful sunsets need clouds in the sky.

— kenne

Panoramic View From The Patio   Leave a comment

Panoramic View From The Patio After Monsoon Rains — Photo-Artistry by kenne

clouds hug the mountains

after monsoon rains move on

my heart leaps with joy

— kenne

Remaining Clouds After Monsoon Rains   1 comment

Remaining Clouds After Two Days of Monsoon Rains — Image by kenne

some clouds hang around

after days of monsoon rains

hang on or let go

— kenne

Clouds   1 comment

Clouds (1 of 1)-Edit-1-72Clouds — Image by kenne

“Art is not difficult because it wishes to be difficult,

but because it wishes to be art.”

— Donald Barthelme

Christmas Day Clouds   Leave a comment

Christmas Clouds-art-blogChristmas Day Clouds Forcast Rain with Snow in the Mountains Around Tucson — Photo-Artistry by kenne

A Desert Christmas Day

The morning sun drives rays
of light through the canyon peaks.
The wind is beginning to pick-up
pushing parts of the sky together
opening windows to the heavens
through which life’s passions erupt in
stories becoming the makings of myths.

— kenne

Today I thought . . .   Leave a comment

Mt Bigelow 07-15-13Rock Formation Along Catalina Highway — Image by kenne

Today I thought of monsoon skies,
with big puffs of white cotton
gaining height in the midday blue.

Today I thought about the rain,
falling on the mountains
soaking nature’s soul.

Today I thought about raindrops
leaving prints on everything they touch,
congregating down the mountain streams.

Today I thought of my print
walking with nature
aligned with its very being,

my being communicating with its soul,
entering into a dynamic creative flow
experiencing nature’s bonding reality,

connecting all things in a meaningful whole
through which an allowance, a trust,
opens the vessels of my very being,

allowing my snapshots to profile nature’s
abundance of comfort and wealth,
in the horn of plenty on life’s table

where each moment captured becomes
a reminder that “life is just a leap of faith —
so spread your arms and hold your breath . . .”

Today I thought . . .


(A tip of the hat to Guy Clark.)

Sunday Before Memorial Day Sunset   1 comment

Sunset-3532 blogSunday Before Memorial Day Sunset — Image by kenne

When there are no clouds in a desert sunset, it’s just another beautiful sunset. But when clouds move in the sunset takes on something special, which gives me a reason to capture nature at its best.

— kenne

I Love Hugs   3 comments

Clouds on the Mountains blogClouds Hugging the Santa Catalina Mountains — Image by kenne

Welcome your friends with a smile and a hug!

— Robert Fulghum

Happiness Is What You Make Of Life   2 comments

Clouds (1 of 1)-3 blogClouds Over the Santa Catalina Mountains — Image by kenne

“Too many Americans have twisted the sensible right to pursue happiness into the delusion that we are entitled to a guarantee of happiness. If we don’t get exactly what we want, we assume someone must be violating our rights. We’re no longer willing to write off some of life’s disappointments to simple bad luck.”

— Susan Jacoby


“Lift Yourself High Enough To See Beyond Horizons.”   2 comments

Clouds (1 of 1)-5 blogClouds — Image by kenne

“A cloud does not know why it moves
in just such a direction and at such a speed…
It feels an impulsion…
this is the place to go now.
But the sky knows the reasons
and the patterns behind all clouds,
and you will know, too,
when you lift yourself high enough
to see beyond horizons.”

— Richard Bach

Clouds Sing, But Not In Vain   Leave a comment

Clouds (1 of 1)-4 grunge art II blog“Cloud Music” — Computer Art by kenne

Not in Vain

When the afternoon dies
and age advances with
its disconcerting turns
when silence
falls silent for the last time
and the voice disintegrates
in the cracks of the soul
and the word extinguishes its lantern
before dawn falls
over streets and mountains
and the spirit closes its windows
to shut out the morning’s light,
only music will be left, little one,
music, to remind us
that not everything is in vain.

— Lucha Corpi

Illustrious the Sky   2 comments

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Susnet (1 of 1)-5 blogIllustrious the Sky (August 15-16, 2015) — Images by kenne

Splendor of ended day floating and filling me,

Hour prophetic, hour resuming the past,

Inflating my throat, you divine average,

You earth and life till the last ray gleams I sing.

Open mouth of my soul uttering gladness,

Eyes of my soul seeing perfection,

Natural life of me faithfully praising things,

Corroborating forever the triumph of things.

Illustrious every one!

Illustrious what we name space, sphere of unnumber’d

Illustrious the mystery of motion in all beings,
even the tiniest insect,

Illustrious the attribute of speech, the senses, the body,

Illustrious the passing light—illustrious the pale reflection
on the new moon in the western sky,

Illustrious whatever I see or hear or touch, to the last.

— from Song at Sunset by Walt Whitman

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