Backyard shrine photo LosAlgodonesDec2012014a_zps5d0ede62.jpg
Backyard shrine, Los Algodones, Baja California, México

pure honey of grace
in the daily quietude
of a backyard shrine

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on April 28, 2013, in Baja California, Blue Monday, Carpe Diem, Los Algodones, Mexico, Mornings with Mary, Recuerda Mi Corazon, senryu and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.

  1. This is a very beautiful statue of Mary against the blue wall. Wonderful photo!

  2. Cool photo. Very spiritual.
    Have a good week.

  3. Lovely shrine. I played too. Mine are here and here.

  4. That is blue-tiful. Thanks for playing.

    Happy Blue Monday!

  5. Oh, how special this photo is ~ lovely outdoor shrine and inspiring haiku ~ for HMB ^_^

  6. Gorgeous photo! Love the contrast of the old tree with the shrine. Happy Blue Monday!

  7. such a serene shrine in such a harsh surroundings!

  8. I feel like a voyeur peeking into this
    secret, sacred spot. Such a pretty Haiku too. ♥

  9. Sublime! A place filled with the honey of grace

  10. Isn’t it nice that love can be found anywhere?

  11. That blue wall is the perfect color for this.

  12. I love finding garden shrines. Such special places. I stole your monk today so glad you didn’t use him. Mary is perfect.

  13. yard shrines are my favorite. they are a gift to the world around them that come straight from someone’s heart as they share their intimate relation with Our Lady.

  14. your unique interpretations always catches me off guard, in an awesome way. that’s a really wonderful photo and i love the serenity in your haiku

  15. So serene! This simple old fashioned altar and the devotion it implies is astounding. In these parts one rarely see such outward devotion. I like the idea that grace might be honey-flavored! 🙂
    Meditation on Soft Rain

  16. yes, with an open heart you can find sacred anywhere…and i love any and all unexpected sacred encounters….something i always find here with you.

  17. Like WabiSabi, I find the idea of honey-flavored grace quite alluring!

    Honeyed Words

  18. Beautiful Blues. love the quietness of the shrine.

  19. This use of honey makes a very nice haiku full of meaning

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