This week I’m hosting superb photograph of water tower called ‘Angel Skies’ by Jacqueline Stone from On The Journey Blog. There is something about this water tower what caught my eye while I was browsing through different blogs. Please follow Jacqueline on Twitter.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Unfortunately sometime in January 2014 I have got a broken link alert. I have been informed by WordPress plugin that Jacqueline’s blog url was not working. I went to her blog, but the Blogger told me it has been removed. I tried contacting Jacqueline via email we have been previously in touch but no luck here either, no replay. If you know Jacqueline or you are aware of her moving to another url, please let me know. I would love to get in touch worth her and most importantly update her info here.
Picture Story: Water Tower, Arizona
The water tower is very old, dating back more than 60 years. We live in the Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona so water is precious here.
The tower for me represents the rugged people who brought life to the desert. And did so without modern technology or air conditioning. I relate to them because it is still a rugged way of life, even with modern conveniences. Beyond the tower is an open desert. A place I walk often to disconnect from my busy life and reconnect with nature.
Insights often come to me when I’m out there and I feel the presence of life itself. This sunset was not dramatic but something in the clouds caught my attention.They looked like angel wings. When I noticed this I let my heart delight in the idea that angels were reminding me that they are always near.