Archive for the ‘Panorama’ Tag

HTOWN Wall Art Panorama #4   Leave a comment

HTOWN Wall Art Panorama #4 (December 27, 2022) — Image by kenne

“Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.”

― Banksy

San Pedro Valley Panorama   2 comments

San Pedro Valley As Viewed from the Santa Catalina Mountains — Panorama Image by kenne

the valley below

is a view to be captured

so it can be shared

— kenne

Lower Sabino Canyon Panorama   Leave a comment

Lower Sabino Canyon Panorama (October 5, 2022) by kenne

We all have a treasure waiting for us

here on earth. Find a place to communicate

with our better angels and we will find it.

— kenne

 

Catalina Foothills Sunset   Leave a comment

Catalina Foothills Sunset Panoramas (One a Photomerge of two Images, the Other Using Three Images) by kenne — October 22, 2022

Colors transfigure

Sunset clouds over mountains

Photopic vision.

— kenne

A Morning Walk In The Canyon   3 comments

Lower Sabino Canyon Panorama (October 5, 2022) — Photomerge by kenne

I walk alone in the early morning
heading up a canyon trail
toward the mountains; the dust
rises from my steps better defining
the trail for hikers to follow.
The saguaros along the trail
reach the sky from the basin floor

as hikers pass by soon to return
to avoid the midday heat —
what were you expecting?
For the day does not hover,
not even for a moment
as the sun rises overhead,
the scars of my hiking remain
embedded in my thoughts
refusing to grow feeble, just old.

— kenne

Tucson/Avra Valley Aquifer   Leave a comment

Tucson/Avra Valley Aquifer — Panorama by kenne

The Tucson Mountains separate the Avra Valley and the Tucson Basin, which contain natural aquifers.
Recharge basins have been placed in the Avra Valley, where Colorado River water is blended with the groundwater,
providing water to the Tucson area.
This panorama is at the west edge of the Tucson Mountains where the recharge basins can be seen in the distance. 

 

Wild Burro Canyon In The Tortolita Mountains   1 comment

Wild Burro Canyon In The Tortolita Mountains (March 12, 2012) — Panorama Created By Merging Three Photos By kenne

These mountains were home to the Hohokam (550 to 1540 A.D.) as evidenced by the amazing petroglyphs carved into rocks throughout the range. We also know that Spanish explorers sought mineral riches for their crown in the 1540s, and there was a short-lived mining boom in the 1860s.
 

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I will see you at the rock,

the rock at the pass —

not till you are lost,

then you will find me

by the river 

sitting on the rock.

You starting point will be

the mystery of my loneliness.

— kenne

Yetman Trail Panorama   Leave a comment

Yetman Trail — Panorama by kenne

beautiful vistas 

where the desert speaks

by not disturbing

your solitude

— kenne

Too Close To The Edge   Leave a comment

Tucson Basin, August 31, 2022 — Panorama Image by kenne

Blue sky above

a winding highway

on a sunkissed morning.

Tourists in rental cars

stop at Windy Point vista

climbing boulders

for a better view — 

children too close

to the edge.

— kenne

Windy Point Vista   1 comment

Panorama Video by kenne

This is a panoramic view of the Tucson basin with a segment of the Catalina highway below that leads up to Mt. Lemmon.

Baby Jesus Trail In The Catalina Mountains   Leave a comment

Baby Jesus Trail Near Catalina, AZ — Panorama by kenne created by merging three images in Photoshop

This trail is one of several hiking trails on the southwestern slopes of the Santa Catalina Mountains.

Inland Empire   1 comment

Inland Empire (A metropolitan area and region inland of and adjacent to coastal Southern California.) — Image by kenne

This image was created in June of 2009 by combining four images without using Photoshop photomerge,
which is what I would do to create a panorama today.

— kenne

Sabino Canyon Green Panorama   Leave a comment

Monsoon Rains are Greening Up Sabino Canyon — Panorama Image by kenne

It’s not easy to tell, but saguaros are getting plump sucking up the water — believe me.

— kenne 

Upper Sabino Canyon Panorama   Leave a comment

Upper Sabino Canyon In the Santa Catalina Mountains (November 18, 2011) — Panorama by kenne

A light wind 
As we hike
Up through
The canyon
Late fall
Eight miles
Out and back

— kenne

Monsoon Blues   2 comments

View from the Patio — Panorama by kenne

Monsoon Blues

July mornings begin
With a beautiful blue sky.
This is the monsoon season,
So by mid-day, the clouds
Begin to move in,
Again and again
Only to move on
Dropping rain
Somewhere else —
The drought continues.

— kenne

 

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