Bell Rock is an iconic, natural rock sculpture that greets awestruck visitors as soon as they enter Sedona, Arizona. Natural sculptures are my preferred kind. I guess that's why I covet photography over paintings. You really can't improve on the beauty of nature. And I'm an artist!
Red Rock Country
The view from the rock. A phrase that can be uttered anywhere you stand in Sedona.
A towering agave. They are pretty sculptural as well.
God's got mail!
We visited the chapel of the holy cross after hiking at Bell Rock. All of the main rock sculptures, including: Courthouse, Cathedral, Bell and even the relatively diminutive Rabbit Ears are near the chapel. Evidently, God thought that would be a convenient touch. The chapel is a man made Sedona landmark. However, it does look as if it sprouted magically from the rock.
I said a prayer here. I also whispered one on the vortex center which is Bell Rock. I could see energy spiraling in front of my unpeeled eyes in the latter. I wonder which prayer will be answered?
Blooming cacti lined the pilgrimage heading up to the chapel. Truly awe inspiring beauty.
I'll be blogging about Sedona, Panama, Florida, and Nicaragua in February.
My camera was busy in Nicaragua this January. I just got back. I brought home a lot of cherished visual souvenirs. And mental memories. That eventually, I'll share here in 2017. Please stay tuned.
This week, over on my creative writing blog, there's two things in a bucket. Neither of which are a cat! The Chorus of the Crows
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