Archive for the ‘Sunset’ Tag

Black & White Sunset   Leave a comment

Sunset B&W-Edit-1-72.jpgB & W Sunset Behind the Tucson Mountains — Photo-Artistry by kenne

The fading sunset
In shadow of “A” mountain
Over the city.

— kenne

 

Sunset January 22, 2019   Leave a comment

Sunset January 22, 2019-72-2Sunset January 22, 2019 — Image by kenne

We can speak without voice to the trees and
the clouds and the waves of the sea.
Without words, they respond through the rustling of leaves and
the moving of clouds and the murmuring of the sea.

— Paul Tillich

Sunset Before The Super Blood Moon   1 comment

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sunset january 22, 2019-3-72Sunset Images Over the Tucson Basin, January 20, 2019, by kenne

These sunset images were taken before the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse. As you can see, the high broken thin clouds didn’t look good for photographing the eclipse, so I didn’t set up for the evening’s event. 

— kenne

Can You See “A” Mountain (Sentinel Peak) In The Sunset?   Leave a comment

A Mountain-Edit-2-blogSunset with “A” Mountain in the Foreground (Zooming in from our patio.) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

 

Giving Thanks For Beautiful Sunsets   3 comments

November Sunset-blogNovember Sunset — Moment Captured by kenne

Nature provides the beauty
and at best, I can only try,
try to capture the moment
for which, I’m thankful.

— kenne

Rain At Sunset   Leave a comment

Rain at Sunset-Edit-1-art-blogDesert Rain At Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Beautiful sunsets
Living on Tanuri Ridge
Even when it rains.

Watching the sunset
Rejuvenate mind and soul
At the end of day.

Sunsets are a gift
Its passage is refreshing
To all who see it.

Moved by each sunset
In the face of mystery
Creating a dream.

By sharing your dreams
They become the stuff of myths
To be shared by all.

— kenne

Over The Rooftop Sunset   1 comment

August Sunset-blogOver The Rooftop Sunset — Photo-Artistry by kenne

The place to improve the world
is first in one’s own heart and head and hands,
and then work outward from there.

— Robert M. Pirsig 

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