Monday, January 6, 2014

The Hummingbird Rock

This weeks rock is one that many people request.This image is not mine originally, but is a mylar sticker that I have adhered to the rock. Hummingbirds are unique in many ways. They fly and hover over nectar bearing flowers, and can approach them from many angles because of their wing speed and ability to remain stationery in mid-air.Their are many different types of hummingbirds and will vary in general size. Using this image as a totem calls forth one's desire to approach a subject from different points of view, and a rapid ability to detach from a source.There are more than 300 species of this beautiful minute bird, with its iridescent plumage. Hummingbirds range in size from the tiny bee hummingbird, which is only about the length of an adult’s little finger, to the giant hummingbird, which may reach 22 centimeters (8.5 inches)—the width of a magazine page. There are nine species in North America. The hummingbird is a very good example of the evidence for God as Creator.

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