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Creation through a lens

Philip Richter reflects on seeing God in nature, through photography

Creation through a lens © PHILIP RICHTER

Box Hill morning mist by Philip Richter

Box Hill morning mist by Philip Richter

EVER SINCE THE INVENTION OF PHOTOGRAPHY, its images have been able to expand human beings’ awareness of nature. Whether by viewing stunning photos in  National Geographic magazine or by looking back at your own nature photos taken in far flung places, you can transcend the everyday and come face to face with the beauty, complexity and diversity of creation.

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