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Mission San Xavier del Bac in the Sonoran Desert, Tucson, Arizona

from Vladivostok
to the Sonoran Desert
steeple by steeple
pilgrims following pathways
only eyes of faith can see

Text and photo © 2014 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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More Carpe Diem: “Vladivostok”

Posted on October 23, 2014, in Arizona, Carpe Diem, Mission San Xavier del Bac, Sky Watch Friday, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona, tanka, Tucson and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. And than you thought this prompt would be difficult … wow awesome tanka MMT.

  2. those watchful clouds
    as if pierced by steeples…
    challenge of pilgrims

    much love…

  3. Love how you bring Vladivostok back to the Sonoran desert.

  4. Whoa – beautiful, both the building and the sky! Thanks for visiting my blog. Enjoy Les Miz:)

  5. Ah, I love that old mission, haven’t been there in a long time! Thanks for sharing! And such beautiful skies for a perfect backdrop along with the perfect words to match!! Thank you for those!! Have a lovely weekend!!

  6. Love the vista of the beautiful photo of the special church ~

    happy weekend to you.

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  7. San Xavier del Bac has been on my bucket list for some time.

  8. Great contrast in the facade. Nice shot.

  9. Oh….I knew the place as soon as your photo/post opened for me. What a glorious awe inspiring area just outside of Tucson.

  10. Beautiful sky and mission.

  11. visited Arizona once long ago. Seeing your images make me want to go back. So much more to see.

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