Archive for the ‘Mushroom’ Tag

Mt. Lemmon Mushroom   1 comment

Aspen Loop August 2, 2013 4-Edit-2-art-72.jpgMt. Lemmon Mushroom — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Poetry is one of the ancient arts,
and it began as did all the fine arts,
within the original wilderness of the earth.

— Mary Oliver

Mushroom Hunting On Mt. Lemmon   2 comments

Mushroom-art-II-72.jpgMt. Lemmon Mushroom — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Mushroom hunting, common around the globe, is now in peak season on Mt. Lemmon.

— kenne

 

Mushroom Photo-Artistry   Leave a comment

SCVN Nature Walk 08-08-12Mushroom Photo-Artistry by kenne

Perhaps nothing about a person is more potent,
and also more arbitrary, than the person’s name.

— Susan Sontag

Mushroom Blood   Leave a comment

Kickback Rock 07-30-12Grunge Art by kenne

Brother, you are gone,
that which was earth
gone back to earth,
that which was human
scattered like rain
into the darkened
wild eyes of herbs.

— from Llanto by Philip Levine

Big Red   Leave a comment

SCVN Weds Walk 08-01-12“Big Red” Image by kenne

A mushroom
alone 
burrows out 
of the ground
pine nettles
hang from its
head
entering a new
world
out of darkness
into the
light of day.

— kenne

 

Mushroom Blossom   2 comments

SCVN Summer Hike 07-20-12Mushroom Blossom, Mt Lemmon, AZ — Image by kenne

A mushroom blossom
Doesn’t attract butterflies,
But pleasing beetle.

A pleasing beetle
Is not a lady beetle,
Black on blue not red.

— kenne

Mushrooms As A Metaphor   Leave a comment

Kickback Rock 07-30-12Kickback Rock Mushroom — Computer Art by kenne

Mushrooms as a Metaphor

“. . . there are several types of mushrooms: some are edible while others are poisonous. Hence the mushroom represents the uncertainty in today’s world where one is unsure of one’s step, having to be cautious because what lies ahead could be either beneficial or unsafe.”

— Sunday Times, November 12, 2006

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