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Virgins, Creativity & Gratitude #11

  My Sunday's Delight
Catching hold on Mary's Train
Sweet Light Infusion


'Virgin a Day'

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The color and light is inspiring. From the soul.
QMM
The Woodwife said…
Beautiful magical light!!
Wonderful photos ~ the light within us all ~ and around us ~~ thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) Happy AVAD
Lenora said…
and as the light around us retreats in the dark days of winter we turn to tend the light within..
priti.lisa said…
I like the title...catching hold on Mary' train...it looks like a dress train...beautiful light play ♥♥♥
Spadoman said…
Very cool light and shadows. Sure a joy to catch you every day during these 12 Virgin Days instead of just once in a while. I'm gonna miss it!

Peace
Dawn Elliott said…
The color is so incredibly vibrant, mixed with the shadow and light...and what a great title!
gma said…
We're all holding on to Mary's train and each other with light and beauty.
xx
Paula Scott said…
The light is perfect. Says it all.
rebecca said…
dear one,

each morning we have thrown open the doors to our hearts.

we have called out glory, love, compassion.

day after day we have set out welcoming chairs in the

house of belonging.

lifting the veil of sacred existence.

beveled off the edges of difference and distance

to see more deeply the

unbearable beauty of simply being,

one.

for this and so much more i thank you,

and look forward to our forever

mornings.
Meri said…
Ah -- and it's almost solstice: the return of the light.
Noelle Renee said…
Beautifully done, Sue. so creative. Playing with light is a bit like spreading illuminating grace. Everyone can see it and feel that they have some measure of it within them. Lovely work.
Noelle x
This morning in my EfM class we had quite a discussion about light and absence of light in different spiritual traditions. What synchronicity to see your post today.
Miss Robyn said…
I have held on to Mary's Mantle quite often over the years

I love the way you have captured light here.lovely xo

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