Saturday, August 18, 2012

Arizona Part 3: Sedona Part 1


I looooove Sedona. I didn't even have touch up these photos, the colors are so so vibrant My eyes were blown away. I have so many pictures of Sedona, I am splitting it up into two posts, and it's not even all of them! The town was so beautiful too, I got a few trinkets there (I will show them in another post!) and then we hiked up to Cathedral Rock. It kicked my butt!

The terrain was so amazing, we started by Oak Creek on a forest trail, but ended up rock climbing! I will show pictures of the creek in the next post. While we were hiking, I stopped to pull an oracle card and my card was the Weasel. Basically telling me to enjoy this moment and take it all in. Jimmy got the Wolverine. The last pictures are of us at the very top. We were enclosed by there rock towers, hence the name I am sure. I felt pretty victorious up there. It was such a fun day.

I am so happy you are all enjoying these pictures, it's not over yet!

Love and Blessings,
Marissa Moondaughter

12 comments:

  1. Marissa,

    These photos are so beautiful, thank you for sharing! Also, I really identify with what you wrote in your earlier post about feeling your roots sinking there--I was made to live in the Mojave, and I can't wait until I can do so. I read something once about how, if the desert calls you, you'd better respond because it will show you your purpose--that's a thought that's stayed with me ever since. Anyway, good stuff!

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    1. Oooooo I definitely feel the call now!! That reminds me of the Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo...his purpose was in the desert too!

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  2. beautiful photos! i have the same dreamcatcher in my car :)
    xo bhrett

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    1. Yay! Every time I look at mine my heart smiles :D

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  3. Simply amazing! The colors are so intense. Was there a lot of people around? I like to be out in nature and see nobody around for miles. Sedona would be a great place to meet up in the future! :) Hugs xxxx Kim

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    1. We didn't come across too many people on the trail, it was so fun to explore! And yes let's so that!

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  4. How fun! Great photos! It looks like you two had a fun time! We plan on visiting Sedona for my birthday late sept early Oct, I can't wait!

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    1. Oooooooooo I would love to see Sedona in the fall, you will L.O.V.E. it Felicia! Such a wonderful adventure!

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  5. Oh, beautiful Sedona! That place makes my heart sing....thanks for sharing your awesome photos.

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