Archive for the ‘Tanuri Ridge’ Tag

Welcome Home   1 comment

Welcome-72-2.jpgWelcome Home– Image by kenne

And as I turn home where
I know you are already awake,
Wandering slowly through the house
Searching for me, I can suddenly
Hear my own footsteps crunching
The simple astonishing news
That we are here,
Yes, we are still here.

— from “Dawn Walk” by Edward Hirsch

 

View From The Patio   Leave a comment

Sunset Panorama-72View From The Patio — Panorama Image by kenne

“When the sun sets, 
or the moon goes down,
it looks like the end.
It seems like a sunset,
but really,
it is dawn.”

— Rumi

 

Tanuri Ridge Monsoon Night   1 comment

Lightning 7-19-10  9452-art-72.jpgTanuri Ridge Monsoon Night — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Lightning strikes near by

Tanuri Ridge Monsoon Night

Flashes of brilliance.

— kenne

 

Mourning Dove — II   Leave a comment

Dove-2-Edit-2-72Mourning Dove — Image by kenne

On May 31st, I posted “Mourning Dove.” She was sitting on two eggs. She now has two chicks, which in this picture, she is sitting on, so you can’t see them. Maybe in a later image. So far no creators have found her next in the courtyard planter.

— kenne

Mourning Dove   3 comments

This mourning dove built her nest in a planter outside our front door.

Mourning Dove-72

Of course she didn’t move when the sprinkler for these none desert plants came on.

Mourning Dove-2-72Mourning Dove On Her Nest — Images by kenne

 

Palo Verde Yellow In Black and White   1 comment

Bug Springs 2012Palo Verdes In A Black and White World — Image by kenne

 

Flowering For The First And Last Time   Leave a comment

Agave-3850-72Neighborhood Agave Flowering for the First and Last Time — Image by kenne

The agave is considered perennial, because they require several to many years to mature and flower.
However, most Agave species flowers only once and then dies. 

 

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