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Desert Sunrise Photo-Artistry   Leave a comment

Sunnrise-Edit-3-art-blog.jpgDesert Sunrise Photo-Artistry by kenne

A haunting morning
Transforms a normal
And simple aesthetic
Trying for unsettling
Depths of darkness.

— kenne

 

Sabino Canyon Sunrise   Leave a comment

Sunrise-blogSabino Canyon Sunrise — Image by kenne

Sabino Canyon
Celebrates another day
Life continues on.

— kenne

The Desert Sun Is Heating Up   Leave a comment

Turkey Creek TrailDesert Sunrise — Digital Art by kenne

Another morning
getting up at five
providing several
hours cool hours
before the sun
heats up the day —
just another day
of neither adding
or taking away, but
I don’t give a damn.

— kenne

A Sabino Canyon Morning   2 comments

Giffords OfficeA Sabino Canyon Morning — Image by kenne

The morning sun rises
over the Sabino Canyon
casting long shadows,
the ghosts of trees
mesquite by name
after years of caring
for young saguaros —
blessed are nature’s
caring ways.

— kenne

Sunrise In The Canyon   2 comments

Sunrise (1 of 1) blogSunrise in Sabino Canyon Recreational Area — Image by kenne

This morning the canyon is closed.
The government has shut down again.
Still, the sun comes up unaware as
Shadows move among the coyote or deer — 
Watch me rise and go.

— kenne

Sunrise In Sabino Canyon   Leave a comment

Sunrise (1 of 1) blogSunrise In Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

A short walk up the path,

Taken by the silence stillness

As the sun rises over the ridge — 

A moment captured forever.

— kenne

At Sunrise, Tunuri Meets Father Sun   Leave a comment

Sunrise (1 of 1)_edit painting blog IIIDesert Sunrise — Computer Painting by kenne

Tunuri began to walk, following this flower trail.

He walked up a high hill and standing in the 

sun at the vary top was the Blue Deer. Tunuri

ran up to him and saw the sun shining brightly 

in the sky. As he enjoyed its warmth on his skin,

he heard a strong, kind voice speak.

“Hello, Tunuri! I am Father Sun.”

from The Journey of Tunuri and the Blue Deer: A Huichol Indian Story by James Endredy

 

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