Where’s My Backpack? Travel Theme: Birds

Where's My Backpack? Travel Theme: Birds

Birds are extraordinary creatures. When the Holy Spirit manifested itself, it took the form of a bird, a dove, descending from the heavens. Birds symbolize the spirit soaring in the skies, transcending the boundaries of space. A human soul experiences this “flight” when we it is full of the spirit of God.

Here, I want to share a photo of a blue-footed booby that followed our little boat during a whale-watching expedition in Puerto Vallarta, courtesy of Vallarta Adventures. It made the amazing ride even more amazing, like we were being guided by the spirit of God. It was flying right above us through the whole way, and the guide gave us an explanation why, but I didn’t catch it; i was too absorbed taking a good picture of this bird.

This is my entry to Ailsa’s Where’s My Backpack Travel Theme Challenge: Birds … sorry, it’s just one bird, but I am sure there are many of these birds in that area. 🙂



  1. Nice capture!

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