Monday, December 10, 2012

All Things Mary: Mornings With Mary Day 10



Ave Maria!
Intercessor for us all
Keep us in your prayers



The light from one of the stained glass 
windows at the Cathedral in Santa Fe


Another one of the shrines in the neighborhood 
of the church, San Xavier, Albuquerque.


Detail from that shrine.


Join us on this journey of the 
twelve days of mornings with Mary.
everyone is invited. 
while this is not about religion, it is about sharing,
about opening hearts, rejoicing in ultimate mother love.
it is about  light, beauty, inspiration, thoughtful regard.
a welcome chance to begin each new day together
in beauty and peace.

Come see what others have shared over at Rebecca's page. Feel free to join in with us whether if it's for one day or all 12!

11 comments:

Delphyne said...

The light from the window on the pillar is so beautiful. I really like your haiku this morning, Paula.

Priti.Lisa said...

You have captured that gem-colored light so perfectly Paula. The Ava Maria art on the easel is intriguing...Love that Haiku♥

Gloria said...

Beautiful Haiku. Love the stained glass and how it lights up all around. It will be a peaceful day. Thank you.

judie said...

These are all very beautiful. Thanks for sharing, otherwise I never would have known about them.

Carol L McKenna said...

Beautiful photos and shrine ~ Love the colored lights and I loved Santa Fe when I visited ~ blessings ~

(A Creative Harbor) ~ aka ArtMusedog and Carol ^_^

Meri said...

Perfect haiku invitation to Mary. Lovely images, too.

Norma Ruttan said...

amen to your haiku request! stunning image with the "rainbow" effect on Mary!

Fran aka Redondowriter said...

All photos are stunning, but the stained glass reflection is particularly beautiful to me.

Annie said...

A white Guadalupe. How special. I too love taking pictures of stained glass shadows.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Now I see why stained glass windows are so special!

rebecca said...

all that light and colours dancing within...now you have to know how much that speaks to me!

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