Photographic Journal: May

Day out Bloom A rare sight Flamingo Bluebell wood Blue and beautiful Sacrificial plants Post box on the green Sacred alongside the profane Sending out seeds Calm after the rain Refreshment Minute detail Evening walk Golden hour Behold the lamb In the distance Marina All under the same sky Garden meadow Exploring ‚ÄúTake, eat, this... Continue Reading →

Soaking in the Flora and Fauna

Yesterday I went to Salcey Forest to take part in a Forest Bathing workshop with Wilder Lives for the first time...and I loved it! Forest bathing We began by slowing down and looking at the wider forest. We looked at what drew our attention close by, and then in the middle distance before doing the... Continue Reading →

Birdsong and growing in radiance

Following on from my Masters degree where I focused on using photography as a tool to explore matters of faith and belief, I embarked on a DTh in Practical Theology in September last year. My plan was to research the impact of visual story-telling within church contexts. This week I made a difficult decision to... Continue Reading →

Photographic Journal: April

Prayerful Triduum Good Friday pilgrimage...still noticing signs of hope Welcoming the light A rare sight Peace in the distance The Peace Pagoda Trapped along the Gyosei Art Trail Simplicity Fear begins to fade New life blooms Spring lamb Bounding with joy Cool light of the evening Inquisitive Focusing on the local The beauty of birdsong... Continue Reading →

The Kitchen Table

There I stood at the door unaware my presence was already known, confused that I was expected, yet basking in the scent of baking bread beckoning me home. The cooking pot on the stove was larger than I had ever seen, animatedly exhaling the scent of pure love, bowed adoration bubbling from within. The radio... Continue Reading →

Silent Ghosts

A ghost can be a wish, an intention to imitate or embellish Do you remember the time when people could be in places without thinking about spaces or covering their faces? When rooms were filled with laughter and light; when fights for rights were in plain sight of daylight because their right was our right!... Continue Reading →

Photographic Journal: January

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 →

‘Do whatever he tells you’

On the third Sunday of Epiphany our gospel reading is an account of the wedding in Cana. Mary, the mother of Jesus, as well as Jesus and his disciples, were present at the wedding...as were a number of other guests, yet the wine had run out. The wedding is centre stage for Jesus' first miracle.... Continue Reading →

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