Archive for the ‘Santa Catalina Mountains’ Tag

Catalina Front Range   Leave a comment

Catalina Front Range-blogCatalina Front Range (View from our patio)– Image by kenne

Lov’in it!

Early December Snow On The Mountains   Leave a comment

Mt Lemmon (1 of 1)-blogEarly December Snow On The Santa Catalina Mountains — Image by kenne

I hold the most archaic
values on earth:

— the fertility of the soul
— the magic of the animals
— the power-vision in solitude
— the love & ecstasy of the dance
— the common work of the tribe

— Gary Snyder

This is posted as we watch severe weather, rain, and snow across the southeast states. Our snow at the higher elevations of the surrounding mountains is nothing — stay dry and warm dear friends and family.

Dormant Tree Art   Leave a comment

Trees-Photo-ArtistryDormant Tree Art — Photo-Artistry by kenne

The snow gently falls
On the dormant trees
Making a good quilt.

— kenne

Ragged Edges   1 comment

Variegated Fritillary-Edit-1-blogRagged Edges (Variegated Fritillary Butterfly) — Image by kenne

Ragged Edges

Butterflies attract
Attention to their beauty
Even when ragged.

The ragged edges
Are lost to the beholder —
Beauty is lasting.

Knowing what it is
Can cover reality
So to please the eye.

— kenne

 

Golden Columbine — Two Photo-Artistry Images   1 comment

These images were taken a couple of weeks ago,
but with recent temperatures down around freezing,
mountain wildflowers are in their last stage of life.
Still plenty of wildflowers at the basin level.

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Aspen Loop To Wilderness RocksGolden Columbines on Mt. Lemmon — Photo-Artistry by kenne

 

Raven — The Town Cryer   Leave a comment

Raven-Art-blog“The Town Cryer” — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Poetry is read by the lovers of poetry
and heard by some move they coax to the cafe
or the district library for a bifocal reading.
Lovers of poetry may total a million people
on the whole planet. Fewer than the players of skat.

— from “The Instrument” by Les Murray

Tree Stump   1 comment

Tree Stomp-Edit-2-art-blogTree Stump On Mt. Lemmon — Photo-Artistry by kenne

“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.”

— Robert Frost

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