Journeying spiritually with photography
Morna Simpson illustrates a way of using photography as a means of contemplative prayer
PLANNING AND PREPARATION are at the forefront of most journeys. Spiritual journeying can be quite different for me though: rarely am I aware of the destination, the route, who I may meet along the way, or where I might find myself stopping off. These are all revealed as time goes on. Typically, the only item in my bag is my camera, perhaps with a few extra lenses, and occasionally my tripod. Other than these items, with a reminder that God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit is my guide, I set off seeking only to see through God’s lens.
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