Archive for the ‘Tanuri Ridge’ Tag

Bee On Mexican Bird of Paradise — Photo-Artistry   1 comment

Mexican Bird of Paradise-7772-Edit art-II blogBee On Mexican Bird of Paradise — Photo-Artistry

When each moment becomes, an expectation life is deprived of fulfillment.

— Alan W. Watts

 

Reflections — Graphic Sketch   1 comment

Reflections-1201 II_Art-Graphic Sketch blogReflections — Graphic Sketch: Photo-Artistic by kenne

Vises sit on the table
beneath the courtyard window
where we watch a radiant   
sunrise over the desert landscape.

At the end of the day when
darkness comes into view
only reflections of the vises
appear in the window —

like reflections on water
no longer obtuse
where nothing
leads to nothing.

— kenne

 

A Butterfly Morning — A Photo Essay   3 comments

Images Taken Yesterday Morning by kenne (common emigrant and American snout butteries)

Butterflies On Blooming Mexican Bird of Paradise — A Photo Essay   7 comments

Variegated Fritillary On Mexican Bird of Paradise

Variegated Fritillary On Mexican Bird of Paradise

Fiery Skipper & Cloudless Giant Sulfur On Mexican Bird of Paradise

Variegated Fritillary On Mexican Bird of Paradise

Cloudless Giant Sulfur On Mexican Bird of Paradise

Cloudless Giant Sulfur On Mexican Bird of Paradise

Fiery Skipper On Mexican Bird of Paradise — Images by kenne

I’ve watched you now a full half-hour;
Self-poised upon that yellow flower
And, little Butterfly!  Indeed
I know not if you sleep or feed.
How motionless! – not frozen seas
More motionless! and then
What joy awaits you, when the breeze
Hath found you out among the trees,
And calls you forth again!

~William Wordsworth, “To a Butterfly”

Monsoon Sunset   1 comment

Sunset-1939Monsoon Sunset — Image by kenne

The monsoon season provides some of the best opportunities for photographing sunsets. 

Biplane Making a Turn Over Tanuri Ridge   Leave a comment

Bi-plane Making a Turn Over Tanuri Ridge 7815 blogBiplane Making a Turn Over Tanuri Ridge — by kenne

In the heat
of the day
I heard a sound
in the west,
not a common
in the air today.
It’s hay day 
was during WW II,
now the biplane
can be seen
at air shows
still able to maneuver
as it did
hundred years ago
only now trilling
watchers
on the ground.

— kenne

 

 

Stone Balancing — Feeling The Silent “Click”   2 comments

Stone BalancingArt Work by kenne

Like yoga, stone balancing requires patience, focus, and a deep stillness of the mind. We have several in our yard and on the patio. “In a very literal sense, it feels like creating a state of union with the environment.” – Michael Grab

Stone BalancingArt Work by kenne

Life is all about balance.
Stones connect when
They are balanced
With earth’s center
Through your body —
A silent “click.”

— kenne

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