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A Christmas Raven As Sun, In The Canyon   1 comment

Agua Caliente-9221 Art blog IIA Christmas Raven As Sun, In The Canyon — Image by kenne

Once upon a morning sunny,

I pondered the “Tucson blue” sky,

On the day before Christmas.

No time for a quaint and curious

Volume of forgotten lore,

I watch a black as the sun raven

Steered the gusty canyon winds,

Soaring up over the nearby ridge,

Suddenly entering a deep dive,

With a croak and deep, gurgling call —

“Only this and nothing more.”

— kenne

Desert Sun, Water And Shadows   3 comments

Del Sol_20111229_1052 Water & Shadows blogDesert Sun, Water and Shadows — Image by kenne

Capturing The Moment — Desert Dead Wood   2 comments

The Wave March 2012 - 2012-03-21 11-11-07 tree branch Art Poster Framed blog“Desert Dead Wood” — Image by kenne

“One by one her limbs succumb
to weight of vine and snow. 
Winds blow hard, she cannot bend
her roots let go, she tips, and then . . . 
her lumbering carcass comes to rest 
amongst the rocks and flowers
in the understory of her youth.
Prayerful chipmunks eulogize. 
Mulching worms and micro-organisms 
tenderize what’s left of her. 
Old molecules and rare earth ions 
seek asylum in the rain, penetrate the hairy roots, 
and rise up through the xylem of her progeny.”

— from Dead Wood by Ken Ingham

Capturing The Moment — Clouds Reflect The Sunlight After Sunset   6 comments

Virginia & Outer Banks 2013The sunlight on clouds over Shale Ridge — Image taken by kenne from Kathy and Bob’s deck.

DeGrazia Gallery Courtyard — Shadows On The Wall   Leave a comment

DeGrozia Gallery

DeGrozia GalleryDeGrazia Gallery In The Sun Courtyard Images by kenne

Designed by the artist

for pieces of his art

becoming the whole 

of his art.

kenne

 

Capturing The Moment — Sun-Kissed Sun   6 comments

Sunsets, Training, On The Montains SnowSun-kissed Sun — Image by kenne

Capturing The Moment — Desert Silhouette   7 comments

MMM 02-04-13“Desert Silhouette” — Image by kenne

“Oh that the desert were my dwelling place,
With only one fair spirit for my minster.
That I might forget the human race,
And hating no one, love her only.”

— Lord Byron

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