Archive for the ‘Tucson Arizona’ Tag

Japanese Azalea Blossom   1 comment

Azalea-3568 - II Phooto-Artistry blogPotted Japanese Azalea Blossom — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Azaleas usually bloom in the spring, but this year here in Tucson it took the monsoon rains for our Japanese to bloom. This is my celebration photo.

— kenne

Agua Caliente Trail   2 comments

Agua Caliente -9217-Edit Smudge blogAgua Caliente Trail — Photo-Artistry by kenne

We climb up and down
Agua Caliente’s
Canyons and meadows.

— kenne

Bird-Watching On Mt. Lemmon   Leave a comment

Birders (1 of 1)-Edit HRD blogBird-watching on Mt. Lemmon — HDR Image by kenne

“Bird watching is really all about the quest for balance—between the curious animal at the near end of the binoculars and the wild animal at the far end; between the classifiable and the ineffably mysterious; between our killing, conquering urges and our impulse toward conservation.”

—  from “The Difference Between Bird Watching and Birding” by Jonathan Rosen

Floating Mushrooms On Butterfly Trail   2 comments

Flooting Mushrooms on Butterfly Trail (1 of 1)-2 3x4Floating Mushrooms On Butterfly Trail — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Float like a mushroom
Down the old butterfly trail
And sting like a Bee.

— kenne

Clouds Racing Over Horizon   2 comments

Mt Bigelow 07-15-13Clouds Racing Over Horizon — Image by kenne

“The health of the eye seems to demand a horizon.
We are never tired, so long as we can see far enough.” 

― Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Windy Point — Santa Catalina Mountains   Leave a comment

 

Windy Point (1 of 1) blogWindy Point — Image by kenne

Windy Point at the 6,000′ point along the highway up to Mt. Lemmon (9,200′) provides some of best views of the Tucson basin. With the monsoon season finally starting, this image shows how dynamic the clouds can be.

“If someone asks a favor of me, it is because I still have some use on this earth.”

— from The Fifth Mountain by Paulo Coelho

 

 

Sunset, May 27, 2017   2 comments

Sunset, May 27, 2018 blogSunset, May 27, 2017 — Image by kenne

looking for moments
to capture with camera
why, they are just there

— kenne

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