Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Picture for One Moment

Taken through the window with the zoom  less than an hour ago. I had a strange dream the night before last that involved an owl in flight (and I did see this one take flight toward the river), a very large horse and a tiger. Is anyone into dream interpretation? Leave your email address in the comment and I won't publish it. It would be cool to describe that dream in as much detail as I can recall, to someone interesting interested in listening to it.

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7 comments:

  1. Love the picture. Owls are great. Looks like you have some snow! Not up on dream interpretation, I'm afraid.

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  2. A beautiful shot. The guy is probably hungry and looking for something to eat.

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  3. What a beautiful shot of such a beautiful bird!

    I brought Gizmo and my tripod in tonight, 'cause there's been an occasional cardinal in the crab apple in our back yard. It's a long shot (!) but perhaps I'll get lucky!

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  4. Our neighbor said this guy's been hanging around the neighborhood. I hope we see him again! I don't think I've ever seen an owl before.

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  5. I wish we got to see such handsome fellows in our area

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  6. That's a lovely photograph.

    OWL - brings us wisdom, teaches us about the mystery of magic, vision in the night.   Owl, the night hunter, has the ability to see what others may miss. The gift of this medicine is to be undeceived by external appearances and to discover the truth beneath them.

    TIGER - being focused, living in today.  The tiger is one of the most powerful of the big cats. A solitary, silent hunter, it symbolizes removing all distractions from the mind and being purely focused on the present moment. Thus, Tiger is able to call on all of its abilities in order to achieve success.

    HORSE - travel, freedom and personal power. Personal power is our servant, to be neither abused, squandered, nor kept to ourselves. When we share our power with others and teach them how to nurture their own power, our journey becomes faster and more joyful.  It teaches us to travel forward on new journeys to discover our own power and freedom.
    In Celtic tradition the horse-goddess governs the life cycle of birth, death, the afterlife, and rebirth; thus, to work with Horse medicine enables us to feel comfortable with all aspects of this cycle.

    I had to look up power animals to find the possible meanings of the animals in your dream. It sounds as though it was one filled with good omens. May it be so.

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  7. That is an amazing shot. Have not seen an owl is ages over here. What an interesting dream..wish I had some answers but understand the curiousity. Hope someone contacts you. Let us know!

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