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Poppies Along The King Canyon Trail   4 comments

 

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Poppies (1 of 1)-8 blogPoppies Along the King Canyon Trail (March 13, 2015) — Images by kenne

Try as one may

to photograph

the desert spring

having lost the 

third, forth,

fifth — God knows

how many dimensions

somewhere on the 

mountain trails.

— kenne

 

Poppies Along The Phoneline Trail In Sabino Canyon   3 comments

Phoneline Hike-0553-2 PoppiesMexican Poppies Along The Phoneline Trail In Sabino Canyon — Image by kenne

Phoneline Hike-0528 blogMexican Poppy and Desert Lupine Wildflowers Along The Phoneline Trail — Image by kenne

Most Sonoran desert wildflowers are annuals, which are short-lived even when there’s timely rain. Sabino Canyon has had no rain since December 20th.  Oddly enough, limited rain and a short lifespan helps ensure survival in the desert. With the lack of rain and warmer than normal temperatures the annuals have been quickly sprouting and blowing before the dryness and heat kills the plant. 

kenne

“To see a world
in a grain of sand
and heaven in a wildflower.
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
and eternity in an hour.”

— William Blake

First Poppies In The Desert   Leave a comment

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Blackett's Ridge-9902 blogPoppies In The Desert — Images by kenne

California Poppy Art   2 comments

Italian Springs 2013

Image by kenne

Is this poppy art,

or just poppycock?

I don’t know,

do you?

I know,

my questions

are just

bullshit!

kenne

Capturing The Moment — My Desert Rose   5 comments

Sweetwater Trail Wasson PeakIt’s Still Early, But Mexican Poppies Are Popping Out Around The Rocks! — Image by kenne

Suddenly It’s Spring   4 comments

Sweetwater Trail Wasson Peak

Suddenly it’s spring
Colors of winter
Turning into yesterday’s
Dark inner soul.

Suddenly it’s spring
Winter’s fading landscape
Exploding bright colors
Nature’s paint by numbers.

Suddenly it’s spring
Renewing old dreams
My wanderlust drifting
Opened to the sky.

Suddenly it’s spring
Nature’s voices sing
Awaken longing spirits
Laced with poetry.

Suddenly it’s spring
Tamed love burns
Attracted by fire colors
A virgin again.

Suddenly it’s spring
Fresh silky skin
Milk and honey
Luring new loves.

Suddenly it’s spring . . . again.

kenne

Sweetwater Trail Wasson PeakImages by kenne

 

Capturing The Moment — Wildflowers In Catalina State Park   4 comments

Wildflowers Along Sutherland Trail

Mexican Poppies

Desert Lupines and Mexican Poppies

Desert Lupines

Saguaro Ribs

Desert Lupines and California Poppies

Bee in ChIcory — images by kenne

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