Photo 101, Day 6: Connect

Rainbow Bridge in Page, Arizona

A sacred place to connect with a higher power for Native Americans.

Nature has inspired many to worship and to connect with a higher being. Such is the case of the Rainbow Bridge in Page, Arizona. The natural rock formation shaped like a rainbow is huge and fills anyone who sees it with awe. Only Native Americans knew of its existence until two exploration parties discovered it in 1909. The natural arch which formed and existed for millions of years is a sacred place for Native Americans. They came to the Rainbow Bridge to worship and to connect with a higher power.

 

Rainbow Bridge
Rainbow Bridge in Page, Arizona

                           

Rainbow Bridge, Page AZ

Just a Note 

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13 thoughts on “Photo 101, Day 6: Connect

  1. Great photos. I can believe it’s a sacred place. 🙂 I still haven’t written my travel post, but I wasn’t thinking about something like this, tho I have photos that could be used. I guess spirituality is too personal topic for me to write about. My initial thought were that travels connect people, but I plan to write about an event from the past/history connecting people.

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