Authentic expression; staying close to what is real and sacred @ gemmashouse
I am happy that you can find such solace and mindfulness there amongst the red rocks. You've put the description into haiku quite beautifully. My brother lives in Sedona. I have been there many times and find it hard not to believe the rocks are crying at seeing what humans have done to the area by way of Walmart, McDonald's and Starbucks, yet know the beauty and natural peacefulness that is there. You reminded me to 'see' it with your words. Thank you.Peace
luv the sense of the water's song; have a nice Fridaymuch love...
This reminded me of a wonderful hike I took in Sedona a few years ago! It was a very special hike....... thank you!
your haikus seem to invite me to wander your way!
What sacred land you live on Gemma...it is no wonder you are groovy :)And that waterwheel! Just too amazing♥ ♥ ♥
I hope one day to see for myself, thank you!
Beautiful, just beautiful - words and photos. I enjoyed reading 'sycamores, oaks, cottonwoods.'Hazel
Takes my breath away!!! What charming picture of the mill! And there is a song to be sung here...or hummed all day! Have a wonderful day!!
Just love love love Sedona. I think it is your natural environment, Gemma.
Beautiful, these red rocks against that clear blue sky!
oh gemma you are a goddess bearing gits for the soul!xoxoxo
I would never have expected to see a mill in the desert environment. Amazing to me and a beautiful photo. Tks for posting me w/Mr. Linky.