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Bird Who Swallowed a Frog


The bird who swallowed a frog is a gentle joke and energetic correction by this cottonwood tree. The tree root has the shape of a bird but its eye is a frog! This image is part of the work of the nature spirits along the peaceful, gently-flowing Fox River Valley in Illinois. The nature spirits explain that they have been working hard to ground the energy of peaceful cooperation. To do so, so-called natural enemies are placed next to each other, to learn to live in harmony.


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The Bird Who Swallowed a Frog

This image grew at the base of a Grandmother Cottonwood tree. The cottonwood has heart shaped leaves that rustle in the wind, much like an aspen. It is Native American lore that the cottonwood is a messenger tree – the rustling heart-shaped leaves indicate it is carrying prayers from humans to the Great Spirit, and is also sending messages back from the Great Spirit to humans. 

This original photographic art piece by nature spirit photographer Atala Toy is pigment on paper – available as a 5×7 card with envelope and as a signed 11×14 matted photograph.


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