Thursday, November 16, 2006

Southwest Photos - Part One

Here are a handful of the zillion photos I took in the Southwest while housesitting and catsitting for Patrick Christopher and Gary Denmark:

Did the architect have Magritte in mind when he created this opening in the visitors' center at the mammouth crater in Arizona?

On the Ildefonso Pueblo:

A moth in Jacona:

Stalking grasshoppers
among rosebushes, Luna
helps white petals fall.

1 comment:

Carrie said...

Imagining grasshoppers
and the necesity that petals fall
James' HAIKU focussed neither on the fate of the prey nor the blue harness limits to freedom
Instead mysterious purpose and beauty I had not considered.