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Sabino Canyon WalkSaguaro Blossoms — Image by kenne

Saguaro blossoms
The signature desert plant
Sonoran symbol.

— kenne

Our Poinsettia Six Months Out   3 comments

poinsettia-3525 blogOur Poinsettia Six Months Out (May 24, 2018) — Image by kenne

We purchased this poinsettia around Thanksgiving last year, then spent Christmas in Houston (December 21-29). Before leaving we watered all our indoor plants. When we returned on the 29th, the poinsettia looked better than ever. It continues to be the centerpiece on the dining room table.

We have never had a poinsettia last this long, now we are hoping it will be around for the 2018 Holidays.

Holidays year round
Poinsettia keeps running
More bang for the buck.

— kenne

Two Sonora Billboards   Leave a comment

Sonora Billboards blogSonora Billboards — Image by kenne

Billboards in Spanish
For word-by-word translation
Just google English.

— kenne

This Lizard of Many Colors   Leave a comment

eastern-collard-lizard-13028-blog-framed-2Eastern Collared Lizard — Image by kenne

Hot, dry, brown and gray
Not this colorful lizard
Posing on a rock. 

Maybe she will see
Him in his many colors
Posing on a rock. 

Watch him arch his back
Puff out his sides to look big
As he does push-ups.

— kenne

Cactus Wash Panorama   Leave a comment

Sabino Canyon WalkCactus Wash — Panorama by kenne

Season of Lizards
Rocks and sand their habitat
In the hot desert.

— kenne

 

Years Since The Fire   1 comment

Rose Lake July 2013Years Since The Fire (alligator juniper) — Image by kenne

Years since the fire
Standing as a test of time —
Juniper power.

— kenne

Regal Horned Lizard   Leave a comment

Rose Lake July 2013Regal Horned Lizard — Image by kenne

Not a horny toad
A lizard with lots of class
Blinding with the ground.

— kenne

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