Saturday, May 12, 2012

May 12, 2012 § Leave a comment

“We are all visionaries and what we see is our soul in things.” – Henri Amiel

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Medicine Bow–Routt National Forest, Wyoming

In the Laramie Range rock formations in the 10-square-mile area known as Vedauwoo (Arapaho for “land of the earthborn spirit” and pronounced vee-dah-voo) aren’t just any old rocks. Some 70 million years ago geologic uplift left a fold that ran from southeast Wyoming into northern Colorado, and Mother Nature later sculpted its exposed granite into strange shapes with nooks and crannies to spare. Today the formations are a dream come true for fans of rock climbing and bouldering.

http://www.rd.com/travel/for-the-climber-vedauwoo-in-the-wyoming/

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Northern Colorado Wooded Path

Bierstadt Lake at sunrise. Northern Colorado photography featuring Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. These images are from Bierstadt Lake, this beautiful lake is accesible by sunrise from Estes Park. The trail from Bear Lake is 2.0 miles.

http://photography.photoshelter.com/image/I0000rgA.cu4hF1s

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Owl Spirit Symbols: Wisdom, Silence, Magic, True Sight, Solitude, Enlightenment, Secrets, Night, Change, Omens, Vigilance, Dreams, Feminine, Intuition, Stealth, Mystery, Insight

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early morning sunrise silhouette spruce trees northern Colorado

http://photography.photoshelter.com/image/I0000qHG7e9nGkf4

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A northern goshawk in the forest near Breckenridge, Colorado

http://summitcountyvoice.com/2011/07/04/new-colorado-state-wildlife-parks-board-to-meet/

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Northern spotted owl

http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/oregon/howwework/oregon-ancient-tree-rings-spill-secrets.xml

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“Owls are generally solitary and they have the remarkable ability to fly silently and to quietly move from perch to perch.

Many owl people are overly secretive or isolate themselves from others. Imagine a person who stays inside, up late at night, pursuing knowledge and understanding. The secretive habits of the owl, its quiet flight and various calls, whistles, screeches and hoots, have made them objects of fear and superstition. As an owl person it is important to remember that there is both a night and day, and to not get lost purely in the spirit of night and mystery.”

http://alltotems.com/owl-spirit-meaning-symbols-and-totem/

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