Welcome to this month’s Abbey Photo Party!
I select a theme and invite you to respond with images.
We began this month with a Community Lectio Divina practice with our reflection on the first reading for Ash Wednesday.
I invite you for this month’s Photo Party to hold these words in your heart as you go out in the world to receive images in response. As you walk be ready to see what is revealed to you as a visual expression of your prayer.
You can share images you already have which illuminate the theme, but I encourage you also to go for a walk with the theme in mind and see what you discover.
You are also welcome to post photos of any other art you create inspired by the theme. See what stirs your imagination!
How to participate:
You can post your photo either in the comment section below* (there is now an option to upload a file with your comment – your file size must be smaller than 1MB – you can re-size your image for free here – choose the “small size” option and a maximum width of 500).
You can also join our Holy Disorder of Dancing Monks Facebook group and post there. Feel free to share a few words about the process of receiving this image and how it speaks of the harvest for you.
*Note: If this is your first time posting, or includes a link, your comment will need to be moderated before it appears. This is to prevent spam and should be approved within 24 hours.
Hi Christine I picked up on one of your letters to a links about a lenten devotion through photography think they were episcopalial sisters in American but i cant get back to it – still – i was blessed with the though and an carrying out that practic through lent and could post some of my photos here. if you remember the site can you send the link Thanks Blessings Joy Ryan
a photograph of my painting
Return to me… After what seemed like ages, Denise and I returned to our beloved Rocky Mountain National Park for a hike… God and Rocky seemed to be calling us to come back home!
Thank you for this reflection! Picture taken at a favorite dog walking place. Looking east into sunrise.
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