Nourishment of correspondence by letter Working from home Joy of choosing magazines Puzzling patterns Fragility of life A regular visitor Companionship Bow down and worship Wisdom of trees Crocuses Golden hour Rainbow of hope The unknown road ahead Potting on Waking from a long sleep Birthday - not birthday - cake Awe and wonder Self-examination... Continue Reading →
Crisp mornings The bottom of the garden Foggy day Intricate weaving Looking ahead Tree therapy Embers Loneliness Understanding the journey of others Difficult decisions Afternoon walks The road ahead Nostalgia of the lamp-post Red sky at night...shepherds delight Pearls of sun Surprisingly warm day Rays of hope Seeking nourishment Snow day Gleeful, joyful play Seeking... Continue Reading →
In the second week of our photography challenge I was aiming to see the world through God's lens - I often try this prayerfully, and get captivated by small details, rather than overly concerned with aspects which frustrate or dishearten me...my heart has been absolutely gladdened by the simple things this week!
These photographs represent the first week of our Advent Photography Challenge - where is God in these photographs? Where is the anticipation of Advent? What words do they make you think of?
I'm not sure whether this is just me, but I have began this week so weary, tired beyond that which sleep can remedy. Earlier in the week I picked up my camera and put on my wellies to walk, pray and meet God, in need of a refreshment which only comes from God. I felt... Continue Reading →
I blogged about arid land back in April, which I had found on a walk near my house and been somewhat captivated by. Aridity I have walked through this field on countless occasions during lockdown, and semi lockdown, and been surprised when I saw something beginning to grow...this field has reminded me of hope in... Continue Reading →
Willing but weak... I took a long weekend off last weekend, just to spend at home as we remain in local lockdown. I had not realised how weary I have become...a weariness which does not seem to be cured by sleep, or even with a change of activity or (brief) change of scene. It seems... Continue Reading →
"In those dark days I found some support in the steady progress unchanged of the beauty of the seasons. Every year, as spring came back unfailing and unfaltering, the leaves came out with the same tender green, the birds sang, the flowers came up and opened, and I felt that a great power of Nature... Continue Reading →
I found myself visualising something the other day, around trees bearing witness to the absences caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. I tried to put it to words, but am probably still playing with it. Still, it remains a piece which acknowledges the huge loss which has resulted from the pandemic.... https://youtu.be/F0O42NuJEH8 "...yet we see we... Continue Reading →