Wupatki National Monument photo Wupatkiruin2_zpsbec814cf.jpg
One of many ancient ruins at Wupatki National Monument, Northern Arizona

Old ruins tell new stories. Listen!

Text and photo © 2014 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on July 12, 2014, in Arizona, Northern Arizona, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Six-Word Saturday, Wupatki National Monument and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. The history is so profound!

  2. This is interesting!

  3. This was a stout and solid structure when it was built – alas, when the roof goes so goes the house…the red stone is beautiful – can I get 100 square feet for our home? I know just where it could go to add some style to the bland New England architecture…

  4. I do listen! And, I always wonder what all took place too-it’s as though you could somehow connect with the energy from the past.

  5. I love ruins, beautiful photo!

  6. that bulge on the left looks like an elephant. This is a fascinating place.

  7. Great shot, good advice. Thanks, Teacherman.

  8. Another interesting structure! 🙂

  9. An amazing sense of inner strength in these old walls.

  10. is that a stone blocking a window?? not a morning person? i totally get that!! Nice shot MMT!!

  11. That is one way to keep the bedroom dark so you can sleep in! I made black curtains for my bedroom…and they work! Bet that rock works better! ♥

  12. They always carry hidden stories 🙂

  13. Beautiful… So many things speak of life….

  14. This is poetic.The stories hiding here are always amazing.

  15. Wonderful stone texture and great shadow for SSS2 ~ thanks, ^_^

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  16. This is interesting. Nice photo of the ancient ruins.

    Alex’s World! –

  17. So true! Awesome advice!

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