Archive for the ‘Photography’ Tag

Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly   2 comments

Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly On Mexican Bird of Paradise — Image by kenne

“There is nothing in a caterpillar

that tells you it’s going to be a butterfly.”

— Buckminster Fuller 

Two Shadows On A Log   Leave a comment

Two Shadows (Turtles) On a Log In Lake Houston — Image by kenne

Two shadows

two turtles

sharing a log in

East End Park —

which one will

slide off first?

— kenne

Vermillion Cliffs National Monument   1 comment

Vermillion Cliffs National Monument — Images by kenne 

“I think the American West really attracts me because it’s romantic.

The desert, the empty space, the drama.”

— Ang Lee

American Crow   2 comments

American Crow (Kingwood, Texas, May 24, 2022) — Image by kenne

Take time every day

To learn something

New to love and

Share with others.

Waters Smooth As Glass   Leave a comment

Early Morning Ride On Waters Smooth As Glass (Lake Houston, May 27, 2022) — Image by kenne

My photographs are easy to comprehend,

which is not always the case with art and poetry.

If a reader doesn’t understand a poem, 

just listen to it. Like life, exposure to it

is part of its power.

— kenne

Graduation Pool Party, Atascocita, Texas   Leave a comment

The Resendez and Turner Families Hosted a Pool Party for Graduates Katelyn Turner
and Robert Resendez in Atascocita, Texas, May 29, 2022 — Images by kenne
(Click on any image to view in slideshow format.)

Katelyn and Re Ann (On the Left) Jumping In The Pool

Great Blue Heron   Leave a comment

Great Blue Heron on the Shores of Lake Houston (May 27, 2022) — Image by kenne

Early morning

walking the trails

in Eastend Park

watching for animals

in the thick woods

near the shore

of Lake Houston

as a blue heron

views the murky

waters from the

heavy overnight rains.

— kenne

Male Northern Cardinal   Leave a comment

Male Northern Cardinal (East End Park, Kingwood, Texas) — Images by kenne

The red cardinal

A page of trust and order

Devoted to life.

— kenne

Give A Hoot For The Coot   Leave a comment

“Give A Hoot For The Coot” — Image by kenne

South American Coot bird

South American Coot little birds
Black feathered wings with orange beak
Swims with a graceful swift in
The murky waters spout
Hiding in the green
Foliage when
Sees someone
Looking
Them
 
— Nayda Ivette

Bonsai Tree   Leave a comment

Bonsai Tree (The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens) — Image by kenne

There are no borders in bonsai,

the dove of peace flies to palace

as to a humble house,

to young as to old,

to rich and poor.”

— John Naka

 

Blue Columbine   Leave a comment

Blue Columbine Wildflowers — Images by kenne

Hutch’s Pool Malard   1 comment

Hutch’s Pool Malard — Image by kenne

water flowing down

snow melting in the mountains

people and duck fun

— kenne

Sweetwater Wetlands Park In The Spring   Leave a comment

Sweetwater Wetlands Park In The Spring — Image by kenne

water treatment plant

urban wildlife habitat

an outdoor classroom

— kenne

Shadows and Reflections   Leave a comment

Shadows and Reflections — Image by kenne

shadows reflections

plenty of sun and water

a day of sailing

— kenne

Prickly Pear Cactus Blossom   Leave a comment

Prickly Pear Cactus Blossom — Image by kenne

cactus flowers

are in many colors

in May

yellow is the

most common

— kenne

 

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