Sunday, January 07, 2007

Rocky Mountain Sun Shaman ~ This is a digital painting dedicated to my friends who live out west near Denver, Colorado. It's a sun shaman to melt some of the many, many inches and feet of snow on the ground out there! It's just unbelievable how much snow has fallen out near Denver and I read on the internet news the other day that there was an avalanche which injured some and buried the highway. Hurry up spring! Wishing good thoughts and sunny days for you out west!

4 comments:

Mother of Invention said...

This is beautiful and I love the colours. I love the sun and find it makes such a difference on my outlook, especially in winter. We are envying their snow though, as we have had very little so far and winter sports people are suffering.

(I left you a reply on my blog re: Elder Meditations and how to receive them. I love their nudges on balance and harmony with nature etc. My most recent post on Full Circle was on my dad's part in the war on Nov. 11th, and then what happened next with his grandson sharing that post with his German colleagues..it was very neat!)

The Lone Beader said...

Snow??? What's that??? We'll have NONE of that over here in Boston... LOL!

LynClay said...

Hi M.O.I thanks I will go read it, there's much wisdom and powerful insights in the teachings by the elders and I loved reading about the 'full circle' of life in your blog. Very very deep! We haven't had any snow here either but it's finally supposed to get cold the next few days.
Hi lone beader LOL I hear you on the snow. Wow I would have thought there would have been some up north by now! I've never been to Boston but my husband has.

Cynthia said...

Aw shucks Lyn! We could use some warm weather...it's 0 degrees right now and is supposed to stick around through early next week, along with more snow! My best friend in Maine is just laughing right now. Global warming? Not here. It just seems to be a matter of extremes right now.

Luckily, all of the passenger in the cars that were swept off the mountain at Berthod Pass survived!