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“Sacred Landscapes” Picture Prompt 6


Source: “Sacred Landscapes” Story and Pictures — National Geographic Your Shot

Humans create things to celebrate the sacred and divine. But there are also places that have taken on that without human intention. Tell us about people who are creating something for the divine. Or tell us the way that something became divine as it decayed.

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“Sacred Landscapes” Picture Prompt 5


Source: “Sacred Landscapes” Story and Pictures — National Geographic Your Shot

Delve into the imagery of the sacred. What colors, smells and tastes do you associate with the divine? What do you see in these photos that suggests the divine?

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“Sacred Landscapes” Picture Prompt 4


Source: “Sacred Landscapes” Story and Pictures — National Geographic Your Shot

Tell us about the people that live in one of these places.

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“Sacred Landscapes” Picture Prompt 3


Source: “Sacred Landscapes” Story and Pictures — National Geographic Your Shot

The funeral was here, in this place. A place that was important to the dead. Tell us why. Tell us about the funeral.

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“Sacred Landscapes” Picture Prompt 2


Source: “Sacred Landscapes” Story and Pictures — National Geographic Your Shot

Tell us about passing through. A journey that takes us through one or all of these places.

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“Sacred Landscapes” Picture Prompt 1


Source: “Sacred Landscapes” Story and Pictures — National Geographic Your Shot

Pick one of these places and tell us its story. Tell use about who lives there or how it came to be. Read the rest of this entry

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