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Cathedral Rock


A church of a different color in Sedona, Arizona, last November
(one of the 7 energy vortexes
).
For some, this is all the "church" they need.


Have a great, energized weekend.



Cathedral Rock


A church of a different color in Sedona, Arizona, last November
(one of the 7 energy vortexes
).
For some, this is all the "church" they need.


Have a great, energized weekend.



comments (38)

  • rian
  • Mobile, US
  • 6 Mar 2009, 00:24
this is really beautiful.. great shot! smile
Ginnie Hart: Oh, thank you, Rian. It's a beautiful place!
  • namaki
  • France
  • 6 Mar 2009, 00:37
this is a gorgeous scene ! We could be expecting to see Apaches come out from the woods !!!
Ginnie Hart: Yes, indeed, Namaki. I'm sure many Native Americans roamed these lands years ago! Merci.
  • Larry Bliss
  • Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
  • 6 Mar 2009, 01:55
Lovely capture, Ginnie! Do we get the other 5 vortices? smile
Ginnie Hart: I can give you 4 more, Larry. The 5th one (of the 7) could only be reached by a Jeep or 4-wheel-drive vehicle. Enjoy them. smile
http://ginniehart.blogspot.com/2009/01/sedona-and-her-vortexes.html
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 6 Mar 2009, 01:55
More than enough for me, Ginnie.

Really like your foreground, here.
Ginnie Hart: Thank you, Ray. It was more than enough for me as well.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 6 Mar 2009, 05:53
Een geweldige foto, the light is fabulous, so is this picture, the rocks against that sky is just amazing.
I think in real it must have been even more powerful, I can hear the water in that small river.
Ginnie Hart: I took my singing bowl, Astrid, and sat down by the stream under the trees. It was so peaceful. I knew in that moment that everything was going to be okay. The Universe is looking out for us! So, yes, it was very powerful.
j'aime les cathédrales naturelles ainsi
Ginnie Hart: Natural is sometimes the best way to go, O-P! Merci.
This is some majestic scenery!
Never seen in Holland I'm afraid.
Ginnie Hart: Aha! So this means we each have our own special places of Nature that are soulful, Wim. I knew that, of course. grin
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 6 Mar 2009, 07:06
Great shot Ginnie, dont know what a vortexe is but its certainly my kind of church
Ginnie Hart: "A vortex is the funnel shape created by the motion of spiraling energy," according to the link, Tony. Many people feel the energy. Many don't. But certainly Nature speaks, and that's something almost everyone can hear!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 6 Mar 2009, 07:42
This is glorious Ginnie
Ginnie Hart: Ohhhh. Thank you, Chris. I like "glorious." smile
gorgeous scenery. enjoy your weekend as well. cheers
Ginnie Hart: Thanks a million, Sarina. Maybe one day I'll meet you in the Netherlands. smile
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 6 Mar 2009, 09:42
I'm inclined to agree with you there Ginnie. Though the church was spectacular, it's hard to beat Mother Nature.
Ingrid
Ginnie Hart: Mother Nature always seems to lead the way, Ingrid! We need to pay attention to her more often. Thanks.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 6 Mar 2009, 10:49
A wonderful title- and I agree: a kind of church built by Mother Nature during millions of years! An "energized weekend"- yes, I can need it! And yourself, too, after all your work...!
Ginnie Hart: It makes Her very wise, doesn't it, Philine!

A big phase has just happened in my life with Donica moving out yesterday. All that's left now is getting the house sold! We need a vortex for that, maybe? smile
  • paul
  • United Kingdom
  • 6 Mar 2009, 10:54
Fascinating link as well as a breath-taking photo. Have a good weekend yourself Ginnie
Ginnie Hart: The entire area around Sedona is just spectacular, Paul. I can't believe I hadn't seen it before now. Thanks.
You do some good shots Ginnie but this is one of the best. What magnificent scenery, I'm not sure I'd want an "energy vortex" after being here.
Ginnie Hart: It always amazes me what some deem to be my best, Brian. Thanks for your vote of confidence. That means a lot.
That would be someone like me. Nature!
Ginnie Hart: I know what you mean, Mary, I am learning to appreciate Her more and more.
Superb Ginnie. This is all what I need!
Ginnie Hart: Me, too, Richard. Merci.
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 6 Mar 2009, 11:25
Wonderful shot Ginnie. Where is the cowboy on horse backgrin
Fantastic mijn vreindsmile
Ginnie Hart: I have a feeling if we wait long enough, we'll see him come around the bend, Tracy. smile Wouldn't that be fun!
great composition
Ginnie Hart: Thanks, Chantal.
Very cool shot
Ginnie Hart: Awww. Thanks, Navin.
Lovely picture Ginnie. Have a great weekend yourself
Ginnie Hart: Now that I have my Internet back, Bill, I'm off to a great start! smile Thanks.
  • Marcie
  • United States
  • 6 Mar 2009, 12:38
Amazing!!! The church blends right in with the surrounding rock. Love the color and composition.
Ginnie Hart: I know, Marcie. It really is a "wonder" of Nature.
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 6 Mar 2009, 12:59
Super photo I like light and shadows on the rocks
Ginnie Hart: It was starting to get late in the afternoon, Vintage, so the shadows were lengthening. Thanks.
Lovely shot Ginnie..of nature itself.
Ginnie Hart: Nature has many sermons to tell, Ron, as you know. Thanks.
  • Ian
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 6 Mar 2009, 15:33
This is GORGEOUS, Ginnie, and the composition's really great. Happy weekend! :-D
Ginnie Hart: You're a sweetheart, Ian. Thanks.
  • david
  • United States
  • 6 Mar 2009, 18:35
stunning...i really want to go to arizona.
Ginnie Hart: It took me 63 years to get there, David. I hope you won't wait that long! smile
Wow - that is beautiful. I would think it is all of a church anyone would need! I really love the movement in the water.
Ginnie Hart: I know what you mean, Martie. Nature has lots of sermons to tell us, if we would but listen! Thanks.
A super landscape shot. The stream coming at us really makes the shot.
Ginnie Hart: So glad you like it, Michael. Thanks.
Fabulous shot, fabulous scenery.
Ginnie Hart: Thank you kindly, Sheila!
incredible
Ginnie Hart: Thank you kindly, Darren, for stopping by and commenting!
Wonderful colours. Good weekend Ginnie
Ginnie Hart: Thank a million, Albert. You, too.
elle ne peut que me séduire et me fidélisé... A+ Ginnie et bon week end
Ginnie Hart: Merci, dear Patrick. Merci.
  • Liang
  • United States
  • 7 Mar 2009, 03:21
excellent landscape shot! Nice viewpoint!
Ginnie Hart: Thank you kindly, Liang.
this certainly makes me feel religious!!

nice one

cheers
Rob
Ginnie Hart: HA! I know what you mean, Rob. smile
Nice !
I love the opposition of the rocks with the water !
Ginnie Hart: Yes, Zeb. Two of the elements I love so much! Thanks.
Beautiful!
Ginnie Hart: Awwwwww. Thank you, Kunle.
  • mary
  • United States
  • 7 Mar 2009, 20:08
truly divine!
Ginnie Hart: Thank you, dear Mary.
  • blackdog
  • the third stone from the sun
  • 9 Mar 2009, 09:39
Agreed - it has a power all of its own. The awe of the sublime can certainly inspire.
Ginnie Hart: Nature has that ability to lift us up, Mike, doesn't it! We should "worship" there more often.
What beautiful light I see here!
Ginnie Hart: And it was such a beautiful day, José Angel! Muchas gracias.

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