Weekly Photo Challenge: Ancient Signs

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No one knows what or whom the Nazca lines were signaling, but their scale is awe-provoking. I loved playing with the position of the shadow of the plane in relation to the ancient symbols.
See more about the Nazca lines here.

12 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Ancient Signs

    1. lifelessons Post author

      Don’t miss taking a plane up to see the Nazca lines, or Villa Salvador or Candelabra Island that has its own Nazca lines as well as hundreds of thousands of birds…Only thing I didn’t see was Machu Pichu. Perhaps another time. We also took a wonderful Amazon trip in Peru. Hope you make it there…Judy

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Yes, Tildy. I went to Peru a few years ago. I had no idea of their size (so huge that no one knew what they were until the first plane flew over in the thirties, I believe.) Yes. A hummingbird, a monkey, a spider, a very interesting huge square with circles and a snowflake shape inside that seemed to designate a landing sight. Many consider them to be communication with extraterrestrials and certainly there is one figure that looks like an extraterrestrial. Also, they are perfectly aligned to the pyramids of Egypt..So many mysteries in this world. Judy


  1. lifelessons Post author

    My pool is bordered by thunbergia, bougainvillea and honeysuckle and I love watching hummingbirds feed as I swim and exercise. I love watching them in nature much more than feeding at feeders. Their movements are more natural and graceful and I notice them more one at a time than in droves.


  2. galeweithers

    Now I’m really curious about these signs and what message they might have been sending (and to who?!!!). Thanks for sharing this very interesting take on the photo challenge and some super cool photos 🙂


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