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One of several fabulous novel settings in The Third Verse Trilogy is
this North American sacred mountain. Our evolutionary fiction reveals
possible future scenarios for this splendid mountain sanctuary.
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Latest update December 22, 2012.
After a very dry season, abundant rain fell in town ~ coating Mt. Shasta with its white gown. This photo was taken November 27, 2012, from in front of
Blooming Rose Press.
Photographer, Lily G. Stephen.
And then more rain came, breaking records on two days that have stood since 1939 and 1941. Here is Mount Shasta from the same spot in front of Blooming Rose Press on December 2, 2012. Photographer, Lily G. Stephen.
And then, after we began to think all the snow would fall only on the mountain this winter, here is the view through our kitchen window just before dawn on Winter Solstice morning, December 21, 2012 after 24 hours of snowfall:
The scene began to lighten, we pushed snow away to open the kitchen door, and gazed out at this scene:
Vicki Brenner's February, 2011 magical view of Mount Shasta.
Vicki Brenner's mountain photo, July 2010, enjoy!
Fabulous cloud heading for the summit. 2001, photographer Robert Bedford.
Visionary mountain, April 23, 2009. Photographer Robert Bedford.
Sunrise at Mount Shasta 5/30/10. Photographer Robert Bedford.
On October 19, 2008 Lily Stephen was blessed with an invitation to visit
Upper Panther Meadows on Mount Shasta. Here are a few views captured
with her camera. Bear in mind that what is seen of the mountain from
this vantage is a miniscule portion, and the summit is not visible.
Magical view of Mount Shasta, 2003. Photographer: Vicki Brenner
Mountain of mystery, November, 2004. Photographer: Vicki Brenner
Divine alpenglo, January 3, 2005. Photographer: Vicki Brenner
Two views of Mount Shasta from the Mt. Shasta Resort, December 19, 2004. Photographer: Lily G. Stephen
Mount Shasta from the street in front of Blooming Rose Press, January, 2005.
Photographer: Lily G. Stephen
Our summer hike to Mossbrae Falls, north of Dunsmuir, California. July 6, 2005. These falls are so broad that it's impossible to capture an all-encompassing view with our camera. Here the experience of coming into the mists after a hot mile-long hike along the railroad tracks is indeed mistical.
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