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Heart on Fire

‘Heart on Fire’ photograph by Carlos Gutierrez ‘Heart on Fire’ is my name for this unbelievable photo. One of the series taken May 2, 2008 when Chile’s Chaiten volcano awakened after 9,000 years of slumber. The ash cloud looks like a heart on fire, pierced by light and exploding with love. The earth… everything, is […]

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Fire and Ice

‘Fire and Ice’ photo by Ryan Ridge ‘Fire and Ice’ is my name for this magnificent photograph taken in Homer, Alaska. Another magical display… unbelievable beauty and majesty. Thank you beloved Creator… I remain in awe! Beautiful capture Ryan.   Fire and Ice Cold black grays with colorless colors the night fades to in between. […]

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Dancing Glory

‘Dancing Glory’ photograph by Ryan Ridge ‘Dancing Glory’ is my name for this amazing capture. On January 2, 2009 Ryan photographed a beautiful aurora near Homer, Alaska.   Dancing Glory Dancing glory in the sky Aurora undulates. Alive! It dances. Sparkles… shimmers With delight of being. As it touches all. It whispers, ‘Remember… magnificence’.   […]

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Magic Moon

‘Magic Moon’ photograph by Jonathon Stone ‘Magic Moon’ is my name for this mystical image. On the night of January 7, 2009 a rainbow appeared around the moon (lunar corona)  in Auburn, Alabama. Jonathon Stone photographed it for us all to enjoy.  We continue to be given beautiful displays which awe and amaze. Reminders of […]

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Signs and Wonders

‘Iridescent clouds’ photograph by wilco1900 Spectacular display! Iridescent, opalescent colors above the clouds. A glimpse beyond… to the new spectrum of Light. Colors unseen… displaying pearlized opals in the sky. Shimmering pink orange of love, sparkling gold-ish of Spirit. We are given many signs and wonders. Visions of our progress… we move… expand… become. Thank […]

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