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The Burning Bush
Navajo Indian Tribal Reservation
Have you ever wondered what it was that Moses saw on Mount Horeb?
According to scripture, the ‘bush’ (in Hebrew “seneh” - which means brambles) was on fire but was not consumed by the flame. Moses was instructed to take off his shoes because he was on holy ground, and it’s a sign of respect.
We call them Slot Canyons, because of the way they are carved out of the stone. To the Navajo people though, these places are holy ground. It was indeed a blessing to see this scene unfold before me. The bush was indeed ‘on fire’, but it was also not consumed.
Moses! What did you see, exactly?
See Ya On the Trail!
Camera: Arca Swiss 8x10 f-line camera
Exposure: 2 Minutes
Film: Professional Fuji Astia 100f