Magickal Snow Day #2
I just can’t keep this beauty to myself and so here are some photos from yesterday’s epic snow day #2 of this season. In contrast, the sun was shining and the sky was brilliant baby blue. We got about a foot plus more powder and it was stunning against that bright sky. We took a sunset walk at Zephyr Cove, which proved a hearty hike in knee deep snow without snow shoes. I did wear my rainbow moonboots, which proved the perfect addition for the deep snow, immersing in Tahoe’s crystalline water, and even romancing a mallard. It was pure awe, and filled with mystery as the storm clouds approached. It concluded with duck fun and a mallard coming straight to me as soon as he saw me, and giving me some love pecks on my moonboots. I think we’re in love. 😉 I only caught the moment before he went for me. I was too giggly to do anything else. A little activation in that sunset evening for sure!
Mallard medicine includes: communication, letting go, strong sense of knowing, awareness, preparation, speaking your truth, intuition, finding your flow, not settling, water elements, creating a sacred sanctuary nest that soothes your soul, graceful self confidence, connection to ancient ancestor wisdom, luck – preparation meets opportunity, the power of being in the now moment, being at peace, letting it be, having the resources to navigate your life, taking notice of your surroundings to see the new opportunities being offered, being ready to move forward swiftly to embrace opportunities presented and to succeed with your goals, exploring your emotions and clearly navigating them so you can release what no longer serves.
Perhaps Mr. Mallard was infusing my right foot with supportive energy to be able to use my water, air, and earth energies effectively for our upcoming Grand Canyon trek, as that is the foot I fractured this last fall and he pecked on the side where the fracture was. Ducks can swim, fly, and walk, bringing these energies all together in a productive way. Thank you!
Let yourself immerse in the energies of these images. These will be the last snow beauties shared until my return from Arizona – leaving on Wednesday – since I have a lot to prepare before I head off. I’ll likely share one more post before I go. Until then, wishing you a lovely Sunday filled with wonder-full things!
Posted on March 4, 2018, in Uncategorized and tagged earth healing, lake tahoe, mallard, mallard symbolism, nature, nature photography. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.
Oh how absolutely stunning.
Sending loads of love and huge hugs.
We are having severe drought really awful situation over here….. Need the rain desperately
thank you jeanette! i’m happy you enjoyed them too. so sorry to hear about the drought there. the same thing happened in california (we’re on the california/nevada border at tahoe) and it was severe until last year’s huge storms that came through finally. this year hasn’t been anything like that, but we’re getting a late winter now. water prayers sent your way too! ❤ xoox
The last photo is amazing! Thanks for sharing.
you’re so welcome! that one is my favorite too!! ❤
wow – omg – this is so amazing, beautiful, bring much more healthy and positive energy…sending your hugs and kisses…be safe and enjoy it!!!
i’m so happy you love these too mihran!! big hugs and kisses to you too my friend! and love and blessings!
Lovely photos. The Duck medicine is timely as I am working on a series of morning prayers for a class I am taking. They’re a riff on “The Deer’s Cry,” except with nature imagery instead of the more traditional Christian themes. I couldn’t think of the right word for the line about the Duck’s offering until now. You solved it for me! 🙂
oh wow!! how cool and synchronous, as usual! hehe! so glad this helped. sounds like a lovely class! thank you for the good wishes! ❤
Fantastic photos! I love the snow a long as I don’t have to shovel it anymore. Truly a magical environment. Thank you for your sharing.
thank you! yes, i hear you….luckily we have snow removal service so that helps! i’m glad you enjoyed the photos. it is really special and definitely grateful for it