Good words

It was good to receive my “Birthday Bible verse” from my friend Mary Bea Miller.

Psalm 119:73-80

“With Your very own hands You formed me;
Now breathe Your wisdom over me so I can understand You.  
Give me sense to heed Your laws.
When others see how You treat me, let them be glad,
for Your words are entwined within my heart.
Lord, I know that Your judgments are always right.
Even when it’s me You judge, You’re still faithful and true.
Now let Your loving-kindness comfort me, just as You promised. 
Surround me with Your tender mercies that I may live. 
For Your law is my delight.
Comfort me so I can really live;
 Your revelation is the tune that makes me dance.
Let the fast-talking tricksters be exposed as frauds;
They tried to sell me a bill of goods,
but I kept my mind fixed on You.
Join us together, all of us who love You. 
Make us into a lovely unified reflection of You, as we follow Your instruction. 
Let my heart be whole.
Help me to love Your every wish and I will never have to be ashamed.”  

It prompted me to return to some other good words that have become important to me recently:

I want to be a trail-blazer for the ordinary, everyday life. 

seeing beauty in the moment by
becoming fluent in the language
of the God Who is here, Who is now

from the poem “God Gazer”  2010 Malcolm Duncan

That is what my photography is about.

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A dedicated photographer of the environment, weather, landscape and its inhabitants, I have assembled a collection of awe-inspiring images for this exhibition. Many in colour, but a number in black & white - a medium which suits my love of the dramatic in photography. Starting from these photographs, I have produced linocuts and woodcuts as well as sculptures in wood. Each of these inspired by what is seen on my many walks in the region and beyond. A passionate experimenter, I am enjoying working with antique cameras and alternative photographic processes to make images that are more about conveying feeling, emotion, memory than they are about being a pixel perfect record of a moment in in time.

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