Archive for the ‘Festival’ Tag

Dove In Flight   Leave a comment

Using Visiting Mourning Doves on the Patio to Practice for the Tucson Audobon Festival (August 10-13) in Southeast Arizona. 

“Bird watching is now North America’s second most popular outdoor activity (second only to gardening).”

― Bernd Brunner

In My Mexican Festival Colors   Leave a comment

Desert Spiny  (1 of 1) framed blog“In My Mexican Festival Colors” — Desert Spiny Lizard by kenne


Spring Folk Festival In The Old Pueblo   Leave a comment

tucson-folk-festival-2011-04-30-collage-ii-blog IITucson Folk Festival — Image by kenne

Spring folk festival

Americana music

In the Old Pueblo.

— kenne

Capturing The Moment — Western Smoke BBQ   4 comments

4th Avenue Street Fair Fall 2012Western Smoke BBQ — Image by kenne

Capturing The Moment — Street Scene   4 comments

Street Festival Art II blogStreet Scene — Image by kenne

It is for
my self-interest
that I distort
my surroundings
and myself.

Why not,
an image
is never the same
once captured.

Sometimes the moment
is better presented
when distorted —
all reality
is distorted
by our experience.

— kenne


Last Minute Plug For Ken and Mary’s “Fall Music Festival” House Concert   5 comments

Ken & Mary Harris with Kenne & Joy Image by kenne

Joy and I are on a special trip to Houston to spend time with family and friends and we are being blessed with great fall weather — the folks here need it after the summer they have experienced. (We brought it with us from Tucson!)

One of the things we will be doing while here, which will include both family and friends, is attending our great friends “Ken & Mary’s Fall Music Festival” — for over fifteen years called “Ken & Mary’s Blues Project.” As announced in a previous posting, this year’s music will be provided by two friends and super blues musicians, Rich DelGrosso and Jonn Del Toro Richardson. Their latest album (Time Slips By) deputed #4 on The Living Blues Radio Chart back in February. As always, there will be other musicians sitting in as the evening goes on.


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