Archive for the ‘Grunge Art’ Tag

A Gathering On A Buttonbush Flower   Leave a comment

Insects on Buttonbush (1 of 1)Grunge Art-blogA Gathering of Insects On a Buttonbush Flower — Photo-Artistry by kenne

 

Bird On A Cut Branch   2 comments

Bird on Limb Art July 2018 blogBird On A Cut Branch — Digital Art by kenne

Bird on a cut branch
Given a grunge backdrop
Posting something new.

— kenne

Phainopepla Grunge Art   Leave a comment

Phainopepla DSC_1543 art blogPhainopepla Grunge Art by kenne

Living on berries
The little seeds just past through
Sticking to the branch.

— kenne

A Cocklebur Night   Leave a comment

Cockleburs (1 of 1) grunge art II blogCockleburs — Grunge Art by kenne

A Cocklebur Night

She was hard to see in the dark,
I called and called but her puppy spirit
Was sending an invitation to go play —
It was late and dark, not a time for playing.

I was not interested in chasing her in the dark,
So I closed the door and waited for ten minutes.
Not hearing her bark, I checked on her,
Again, calling and calling — this time looking for her.

Frustrated and worried, I went back into the house.
Through the night I listened for her.
Waking early at first light I readied for a search,
But as I opened the door, there she was

Lying on the “Welcome” doormat.
Jumping up, I hugged her,
Feeling the imbedded cockleburs
Collected from her night of play.

— kenne

Saguaro Art   3 comments

Saguaro In Sabino Canyon (1 of 1) desert abstract blogSaguaro in Sabino Canyon — Grunge Art by kenne

Look Again

The image you see
Is not what is.
Look again,
The image you see
Is not what was.
Look again,
The image you see
Is not what will be.
Look again,
The image you see
Is not what is real.

— kenne

There’s More To The Picture Than Meets The Eye   Leave a comment

EPSON MFP imagePainted Lady Butterfly Grunge Art II by kenne

There’s More To The Picture Than Meets The Eye.

— kenne

 

Goldeneye Wildflower Grunge Art   Leave a comment

Goldeneye (1 of 1) grunge art blogGoldeneye Wildflower — Grunge Art by kenne

Morning Thought:

Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.

— T. S. Eliot

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