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Painted Lady Butterfly   2 comments

Painted Lady Butterffly — Image by kenne

 

A bright afternoon

no vultures circling

only butterflies 

landing briefly

as if to change 

the decision to land 

yellows and reds

muscling their way 

through leaves of green.

— kenne

A Beautiful Painted Lady   1 comment

Painted LadyA Beautiful Painted Lady — Image by kenne

Painted Lady,

elixir of

colors

true love of

flowers

under exquisite

skies

in the shadow of

mountains

remembering all

goodbyes.

— kenne

Painted Lady In A Universe Of Shapes   2 comments

Painted Lady-3219-KT-2 mixed art-72Painted Lady Butterfly — Mixed Art — kenne

The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.

— Rabindranath Tagore

Butterfly Photo-Artistry   1 comment

Butterfly-art-72.jpgPainter Lady — Photo-Artistry by kenne

This painted lady
Flying over the landscape
Found me attractive.

— kenne

 

No Time For Despair   1 comment

NogalesPainted Lady — Photo-Artistry by kenne

There is no time for despair,
no place for self-pity,
no need for silence,
no room for fear.

We speak,
we write,
we do language.

That is how civilizations heal.

— Toni Morrison

Painted Lady Butterfly — Photo-Artistry   2 comments

Aspen Draw August 2013Painted Lady Butterfly  — Photo-Artistry by kenne

 

Painted Lady Butterfly Collage   Leave a comment

Butterfly CollagePainted Lady Butterfly on Western Sneezeweed on The Lemmon Meadow Trail, Mount Lemmon, AZ. — Images by kenne

What I see at this moment
consists of reviewing
memories and expectations —
I am only partially
aware of the present.

— 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

 

Butterfly In Paradice   5 comments

Painted Lady-0439 Grunge Art II blogPainted Lady Butterfly on Mexican Bird of Paradise — Grunge Art by kenne

A lady at work
The cycle can be shorted
Pesticides can kill.

— kenne

Another Painted Lady   Leave a comment

NogalesAnother Painted Lady — Image by kenne

 

A Passing Butterfly   Leave a comment

Painted Lady-0414 blog IIPainted Lady Butterfly — Image by kenne

I gently rub
my beard
in deep thought
distracted only
by an occasional
butterfly
passing by
in the middle
of the day.

I savor
the moment
rubbing 
white whiskers
navigating through
mind droppings
reaching out
to catch 
a falling star.

The desert sky
bluer than the 
bluest of blues
a backdrop to
sun-scalded red
creating visuals
turning to words
honed by the soul
itching to be scratched.

— kenne

Butterfly Time Of Year   Leave a comment

Checkerspot-3219 Art blogPainted Lady — Image by kenne

The butterfly counts not months but moments and has time enough.

— Rabindranath Tagore

Painted Lady On Western Sneezeweed   Leave a comment

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Painted Lady-3221 blogPainted Lady On Western Sneezeweed — Image by kenne

In the meadow of the valley, 
Where wild flowers are roaming free.
There are multitudes of colors
And their backdrop forest greens.

— from The Meadow by Robert Edgar Burns

Painted Lady — Zen Art   Leave a comment

NogalesPainted Lady — Zen Art by kenne

“Once upon a time, I dreamt I was a butterfly,
fluttering hither and thither,
to all intents and purposes a butterfly.
I was conscious only of my happiness as a butterfly,
unaware that I was myself. Soon I awaked,
and there I was, veritably myself again.
Now I do not know whether I was then
a man dreaming I was a butterfly,
or whether I am now a butterfly,
dreaming I am a man.”

— Zhuangzi

The Early Bird Gets A Worm, The Early Butterfly Gets A Rock   Leave a comment

Romero Pools (1 of 1)-29 Painted Lady blogThe Early Bird Gets A Worm, The Early Painted Lady Butterfly Gets A Rock (January 23, 2015) — Image by kenne

This painted lady butterfly maybe migrating from Mexico or has spent the winter in southern Arizona. Regardless, this little lady has decided to land on the side of a rock on the Romero Pools Trail in the Pusch Ridge area of the Santa Catalina Mountains. This time of year, by midday most butterflies appear not to be spending time stopping, but rather passing through, making them difficult to photograph. So, when one lands we take advantage of the moment — happy travels my little friend.

kenne

 

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