Archive for the ‘Columbine wildflower’ Tag

Columbine In Black and White   1 comment

Columbine Wildflower In Black & White — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Changing Colors   Leave a comment

End of Summer Columbine (1 of 1)-2 art blogColumbine Changing Colors — Image by kenne

Yellow, sometimes white
Columbine on the mountain
Late fall, all alone.

— kenne

End Of Summer   2 comments

Golden Columbine-3120 art blog“End of Summer” — Computer Art by kenne

It is not in the world of ideas that life is lived. Life is lived for better or worse in life, and to a man in life, his life can be no more absurd than it can be the opposite of absurd, whatever that…

— Archibald MacLeish

I Will Touch A Hundred Flowers And Not Pick One   5 comments

Columbine-3199 blogImage by kenne

I will be the gladdest thing under the sun!
I will touch a hundred flowers and not pick one.

― Edna St. Vincent Millay

Columbine On Box Camp Trail, June 2013   1 comment

Box Camp Trail 06-28-13Columbine On Box Camp Trail, June 29, 2013 — Image by kenne

There can only be one solution to any problem: a change in attitude and in consciousness.

— Gregg Braden

 

 

Yellow Columbine — I Bow My Head   Leave a comment

Columbine-1943-2. art Enso blogEnso by kenne

The Universe lingers;
I bow my head. 

— Ranzan

In The Moment   Leave a comment

Columbine-1941 Art blogYellow Columbine — Grunge Art by kenne

“The only way we can be free in each moment
is to become what each moment is.”

— Steve Hagen

 

Columbine Image with a Little Bokeh Added   Leave a comment

Columbine (1 of 1)-4 bokeh blogColumbine with a Little Bokeh Added — Computer Art by kenne

 

Mt. Lemmon Columbine   6 comments

Sunset #90                      Marshall Gulch #3Columbine Wild Flower On Mt. Lemmon — Computer Art by kenne

Flowers are to love

Look closely and you will smile —

Positive power.

— kenne

 

The Columbine Wildflower, My Mountain Muse II   1 comment

columbine (1 of 1) framed blogThe Columbine Wildflower, My Mountain Muse II

sometimes I whisper

to my mountain muse —

come to my place.

come tomorrow.

on the way home

I thought of her

the yellow strips,

the dividing line.

— kenne

The Columbine Wildflower, My Mountain Muse   1 comment

columbine (1 of 1) art blogColumbine Wildflower Computer Art — Image by kenne

Always so tempting,

like the daughters

of the mountain god

tempting me to climb

down the narrow ravine,

I walked by

talking to myself

hoping to not hear

the music of

my mountain muse.

We hiked miles

before I decided

to photograph

another columbine,

attracted by the sound

of the nearby stream

providing background vocals,

as sun rays kissed

her golden lips.

— kenne

Expanding My Golden Columbine WildflowerConsciousness   1 comment

Columbine (1 of 1) art blogExpanding My Golden Columbine Wildflower Consciousness — Image by kenne

Capturing The Moment, Again — Columbine Wildflower   7 comments

Columbine (1 of 1)_blogColumbine Wildflower On the Mt. Lemmon Meadow Trail — Image by kenne

The monsoon rains are bringing on the Mt. Lemmon wildflowers. One of my favorite wildflowers is the columbine. Even though I have a lot of columbine photos, it’s beauty always makes me feel as if I’m photographing it for the first time — something poetic about that, don’t you think?

Enjoy!

kenne

Not Just Another Golden Columbine Wildflower   6 comments

Aspen Draw August 2013Golden Columbine On Mt. Lemmon — Image by kenne

“Where the birds of spring, in their season sing,
Their spontaneous melodies;
Where the columbine and the stately pine
Stand quivering in the breeze;
Where the aspen tall hugs the trachyte wall,
And the wild rose bedecks the hill;
Where the willows weep, and their vigils keep,
On the banks of the San Miguel.”

— from “The Valley Of The San Miguel” by Alfred Castner King

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