Photo Prayer 2019-36 -- Mountain Storm

If we were true romantics, we would not be satisfied observing the sublime forces of nature from a safe distance — we would abandon comfort to bare ourselves to the sky, fantastic in its fury. If we were true Christians, we would not sit in our easy chairs reading about the hard lives of saints — we would go forth into the storm-filled world to love and serve the Lord. Do either of these statements appeal to you? If so, you may need more adventure in your life or a break from your responsibilities. Perhaps you need a new quest, you who would be a knight. May I be your squire?

Photo of storm over Big Point Mountain, Utah, seen from Zion National Park, November, 2012.
Photo copyright 2012; and text, 2019, by Danny N. Schweers.

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James wrote:
OK let’s start with a viewing of an old movie – Monty Python and the Holy Grail – a quest!

Tom wrote:
Fabulous landscape, Danny, and a very important message to go with it. Thank you! [Anyone who wants a high-resolution JPEG should contact Danny.]

Harold wrote:
Gorgeous image, Danny!

Bill wrote:
Great photo. I have put it on my computer as wallpaper. Thanks!

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Marita wrote:
Beautiful! Thanks!

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