Tavistock Square – work, memories, peace and hope

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Working in Tavistock Square in London I have been challenged by the fact that the world passes by the memorial to the fifteen who died in the bus bombing of 7/7/2005. I appreciate… Continue reading

Le Scaphadre et le Papillon

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Images can often be multi-layered. I think this film is a good example. As a film it is clearly a combination of a whole lot of images making up this biography, but together… Continue reading

Capturing the unseen

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These two images became revelations, because what they show was not seen until viewed at home on the computer. The cormorant by the river in Cardiff was drying its wings in the sun.… Continue reading

Source of hope

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It had been a fairly depressing day. A whole lot of stuff carrying the message that all that I have devoted my ministry to is not getting anywhere and is marginalised. Then I… Continue reading

Disability, normality, perfection and heaven …..

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I was in heaven, eyes shut, listening to the glorious sound of Gabriel Faure’s Cantique de Jean Racin to the gentle accompaniment of a grand piano. Outside it was also a bright warm… Continue reading

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