Tag Archives: San Juan Mountains

Moonrise at Red Mountain

a photograph by Alazanto, Kevin Davis

Moonrise at Red Mountain

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Cascade Falls, San Juan Mountains

Cascade Falls, San Juan MountainsI am headed to New Mexico and Navajo Technical University, but will drive past this spot in the San Juans on the weekend in order to visit my mother in the nursing home in Grand Junction.  Kevin took a group of photos in the San Juans when visiting us when we lived in Continental Divide, NM.  Ethel and I treasure all of his photos, of course, but I have a special place in my spirit for his Colorado photos.

Photograph by Kevin Davis, Alazanto, our son

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San Juan Mountains

a photograph by Ethel Mortenson Davis

San Juan Mountains

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Cascade Falls, San Juan Mountains

a photograph by Alazanto, Kevin Davis, our son

Taken November 18, 2007

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Box Canyon Falls in the San Juan Mountains Near Ouray, Colorado

a photograph by Alazanto, Kevin Davis, our son

November 18, 2007

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Ice Formation

by Alazanto, Kevin Davis, our son

Taken in the San Juan Mountains near Ouray, Colorado, November 18th, 2007.

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Sonnet 7

by Thomas Davis

We drove to Mesa Verde as the San Juan’s rose
in morning sunlight green, majestic, soaring.
I’ve met this girl, he said. He rubbed his nose
as if he had a pounding headache starting.
But I don’t know, he said. I feel like smiling
whenever thoughts about her make my day.
She’s with another guy she’s basically supporting.
He sighs. Sometimes I think she’ll walk my way,
but then she hesitates, he says. I sway
as if I’m in a storm that generates
emotions strong enough to make me flay
myself as who I am deteriorates.

Love isn’t what it really ought to be,
he said. The flower should accept the bee.

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