Someone is reading
within the cathedral walls—
wordfruit in season.

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Cathedral, Zacatecas, México
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Posted on July 10, 2011, in Mellow Yellow Monday, Mexico, my digital photos, my senryu, Postcards from Paradise, Shadow Shot Sunday, Sky Watch Friday, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, Zacatecas. Bookmark the permalink. 37 Comments.

  1. Wordfruit….love it!

  2. What a picture, what a thought!
    I feast on your wordfruit.

  3. Mellow yellow Mondays–in Mexico? Love this photo! I hadn’t heard about the mystery novels set in Bisbee. I will explore that since I am an obsessive/compulsive reader.

  4. I like the phrase Wordfruit–lovely and very archetypal. “Word made flesh” “Fruit of her womb”.

  5. delicious to heart and soul!
    you haiku from your recent sojourn in mexico are teaming with spirit.
    thank you for taking me outside the garden and planting me firmly in heaven!

  6. Wow! Beautiful photo and great haiku. Thank you for your poems!

  7. I love the golden glow on the Cathedral wall. Looks magical.


  8. Oh yes, I can see the light on!


    Sue x

  9. Man can not live by bread alone.

  10. yellow light like sun
    washes across cathedral
    walls, defying twilight

  11. Love the lighting! It looks magical 😉

  12. Love this…the photo and the thought shared!

  13. Your words are a feast of delight for the senses! And the photo is so romantic!

  14. Fabulous photo with wonderful yellow light.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  15. Beautiful shot. Have a fabulous week!

    Liz @ MLC
    Liz @ MCN

  16. Great yellow light – nice shot!

  17. Gorgeous colors – blue and gold and subtle and not so subtle. Grand.

  18. What a lovely image! Love the colours.

  19. Gorgeous shot! Postcard perfect! I wonder where is this. It looks like somewhere in Israel or Russia!

    Thank you for visiting my entry and for dropping a comment.

  20. Beautiful light and words as usual!


  21. What a wonderful nighttime shot of the cathedral, and your poetry is especially nice. The two go together so beautifully. I think my yellow Imperial Moth would look lovely cut and pasted on the wall. Have had my 6 year old granddaughter for a week for what we call Camp Baga, so I am FINALLY getting back to my computer. There was NO internet time while she was here. She was so cute but very time demanding. I posted a little mosaic of her for Mosaic Monday so you all would know I was not kidding…LOL! Genie

  22. Soo amazing! I love it! 🙂

  23. wow! That was an amazing photograph. I love it. Anyway, thanks for the visit and comment on SS.

  24. Blue, blue sky with that golden glow…beautiful

  25. Great shot for SWF!Have a nice weekend!

  26. Amazing! I want to be there right now with camera in hand! I love the lighting.

  27. Beautiful view and lovely verses. Happy Sky Watch!!

  28. Beautiful sky. The lighting illuminating the buildings makes it all pop!

  29. Fantastic foto 🙂

    I also love the golden illumination you’ve captured here.

    Love the concept of wordfruit..I love words!

    I’ll have to send Ralph over to see this photo.

    Happy Friday, MMT!

  30. The place of holy reflection offers a glow that is soothing. We do not know if the glow arrives from inside or external sources – the glow of a supreme being is a glow like no other…

  31. Playing catch up, and this was my favorite. Just wonderful.

  32. Love the yellow light painted on the front wall of the structure.

    Here’s visiting late for SWF! Hope to see you back around 🙂

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