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Sedona Energy Vortex

On Tuesday April 2nd, I was on a jeep tour of Sedona, AZ, with my family and one other family. There were 8 of us in all. We stopped at an area named Chicken Point where I took some photos of the beautiful rock formations and sky. Later that day I was reviewing the pictures and this one stood out. The time was approximately 3pm, and the Sun was still high, so this is not a light trick. There were no smudges on any other photographs. I shared this with a friend who is a professional photographer and she declared that this is not an artifact. She claims we captured one of the famous Sedona "energy vortexes" on camera. Chicken Point is not known as a primary vortex location, but several knowledgable people sometimes include it in their list of possible energy sites. The camera was a Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS.

--Mark

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