Happy Hump Day 
Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at 07:58PM
Cheryl Crotty

One of the things I love about Nature Photography is, whenever you go out the door, even in your own backyard, you never know what your going to discover, if you stand there long enough.  The last few years there has been a few hawks hanging out in our yard.  My husband calls the two that come all the time Thelma and Louise because that's what he used to call Ms. Margaret and her friend of 80 years. Her name was actually Thelma...He believes that Ms. Margaret watches over us because of the hawk that stayed on the landing outside her hospital room when she was dying. Hawks are suppose to be very spiritual birds.  I digress.  Happens all the time.  Long story short, today is Wednesday, commonly referred to as hump day...the photo's tell the rest of the story...no words needed.

The hawk can soar high and reach the heavens effortlessly. As most bird totems, this power animal is often considered as a messenger who brings messages from the spirit world and the unseen.

If you have the hawk as a spirit animal, you may be inclined to play with divination tools and use your intuition to guide your steps in life. Working with the hawk totem could reinforce your ability to rely this type of guidance.

When the hawk shows up in your life, be sensitive to the messages it may carry and be receptive to your own intuition.

I love nature photography...I always have.  It's where I started on my journey and I am always amazed when I'm out there..enjoy these early days of Spring...and also, nature's mysteries.


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