Category Archives: Photography

Winchester Peace

Winchester, United Kingdom February, 2017 Below the magnicent Cathedral is a crypt that floods in the wet season. In the midst of this crypt is Sound II, a statue by Anthony Gormley. This lead casting is a mould of the sculptors body. … Continue reading

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The Lord is My Shepherd

Newlands Valley, Lake District, United Kingdom  September,  2017    The English Lake District was my first home. It was also the home of the Lake Poets. I lived about 100 metres from the birthplace of William Wordsworth. The Lake Poets … Continue reading

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Monkey Puzzle Flower

Kew Gardens, United Kingdom February, 2017 New growth from the Monkey Puzzle Tree reaches out across the February London afternoon. We find God in the intricate and complex patterns of life. We see in this harmony of strength and beauty a living … Continue reading

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Holy Island

Lindisfarne, Holy Island, United Kingdom June 2017 1400 years ago monks under St. Cuthbert came to Holy Island to establish a monastery. It was here that the Lindisfarne Gospels were written. Centuries later, the monks were under threat from Viking raiders. … Continue reading

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Fern

Fern, Kew Gardens, United Kingdom February, 2017 This fern shows the beauty of growth. In this coiled potential we see symbols of hope and conversion. This fern will look entirely different in weeks. The fern unfurls as it reaches upward to the light. … Continue reading

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Cloisters

Gloucester Cathedral, United Kingdom: April 2018 Gloucester Cathedral was established as a Benedictine Monastery nearly 900 years ago. Cloisters were covered walkways that allowed monks to say their prayers in walking meditation. This is a sacred space where they walked in beauty … Continue reading

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Horizon

Ingersoll, Ontario May,  2016 This photograph was taken late evening from a rest stop on the 401. The utter beauty and simplicity of the scene led me to grab this image. There is a windbreak of spruce trees that seperates … Continue reading

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