Peach Joy in Zion

Zion mornings are always beautiful.  This morning the red rocks were warmer and the storm over Gooseberry Mesa caused the shadows on the mesas to be crisper than normal.  It WAS the way to start the day – with a cuppa, my camera, and being outside.

Gooseberry Mesa, Utah.

Smith Mesa, Utah

After taking a few photos, I walked around the yard and noticed the abundance of peaches on the tree.  While taking this photo of the West Temple in Zion through the tree branches, a hummingbird hovered close to my head.  I wondered if it was related to the bird in my dream, that spoke to me, “I have something to tell you.”

The West Temple in Zion through a peach tree.

The hummingbird as a Native American totem often represents “joy” in your life.  Maybe the message from the bird spoke through the photo – Zion, sunrise, red rocks, and peaches. This is joy.  The way to start the day.

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About Kristy "Kiki"

I'm just a gypsy with a passion for the earth, people, art, music, photography, and writing.
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