Arizona Landscape

One Way...

photo by Zeff Nelson


  1. So, what you're saying here- if I have the whole thing clear in my mind- is that when approaching the Office of U.S. Senator Dennis DeConcini, the only viable option is a quick and definite turn to the right.

    You'll get no argument from me...although if this is a recent photo, somebody might want to drop in and tell Dennis D. that maybe a "FORMER" would look good in his sign. Not to burst his grand illusion but, well, it's been a while.

    And I got through this without typing the word "Keating". Almost. Oh, well. Nobody's perfect.

    Cool picture. I don't know if it was intended to be humorous, but it made me smile.

  2. I'm awed by your assessment of this photo and the intention of the photographer, a person very close to me. I read your comment to him and he was most pleased because he struggles with confidence at being creative (a result of parents who were very hyper-critical of anything creative he did) and you got what he was trying to imply. It meant a lot to him and me.

    Ah...DeConcini. McCain managed to wiggle his way out of that mess (by his usual deception) whereas the hapless Democrat, Dennis could not. It's a pity in a way, we have three parties in Arizona, the Republican party split into two parts and Democrats who can never seem to gain a foothold for very long. Most recent notorious example: out former governor, Napolitano, who if she hadn't resigned to join the ranks of The Appointed Ones, was in the process of being run out of office.

    Trivia: Janet Napolitano is from NM and appointed as the US Attorney in Arizona, following a very popular Reagan nominee who held the positions a long time. How she managed to get elected Attorney general, from a federal appointed position, then Governor is another story for another day.

  3. That was a either a typo or a Freudian slip when I wrote "out former governor" when I meant "our former governor." She certainly kept her gender very neutral in this state, is all else I'll sa on that topic. A very, very odd woman and dangerous as Director of Homeland Security as well. The country doesn't know "Big Sis" as we do.