Archive for the ‘Coconino National Forest’ Tag

San Fransisco Peaks   1 comment

San Fransico Peaks (1 of 1)_art blogSan Fransisco Peaks — Computer Painting by kenne

Driving south

near the edge

of the Navaho Nation,

snow-capped peaks

forming snow lines

in deep fissures —

I muse on


“as the



the form appears.”

— kenne

Red Rock Country Panorama — My Actual Prove   1 comment

Red Rock Panorama (1 of 1) blogRed Rock Country Panorama (June 15, 2015) — Image by kenne

This panorama was taken at the base of Cathedral Rock looking east at incredible formations containing over 300 million years of geological history.

If you have the slightest addiction to photography, it’s easy to overdose in the Sedona/Oak Creek area of the Coconino National Forest — I did!

I just returned from several days in one of the most spiritual places on earth, a place I can contemplate nature and be in communication with other living things — try it, you will like and the force will help you learn to love it.

My actual prove,

Red is the color of earth —

So, what’s not to love!

— kenne

Hiking The Cathedral Rock Trail In Sedona, Arizona   7 comments

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona, Arizona has many famous rock formations and one of the most photographed is Cathedral Rock. Carved from the Permian Schnebly Hill formation, a redbed sandstone formed from coastal sand dunes near the shoreline of the ancient Pedregosa Sea. The trail is short (1 1/2 miles one-way), but very steep up to the saddle. I had to turn back due to an ongoing “charley horse” problem, but spent time on flatter trails in the area.


This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortCathedral Rock Images by kenne

%d bloggers like this: