Posted on October 14, 2020
A reflection on the disorientation of religion: The Angel addresses himself to the void, while Mary stands in the foreground looking in a different direction, one of a crowd.
Posted on August 13, 2019
The last stop of our walk from Elham to Lyminge: this fine church!
Posted on June 14, 2019
Posted on January 16, 2019
Another image added to my ongoing Imagination projects
Posted on November 15, 2018
Another image added to my on going Imagination III project.
Posted on August 29, 2018
Visiting Smithfield Market at the weekend, I came across this wonderful church: the Priory Church of St. Bartholomew, founded in AD 1123. as part of a monastery of Augustinian Canons.
Bartholomew was one of the Twelve Apostles, brought to Jesus by Saint Philip. He is reputed to have brought Christianity to Armenia where tradition states that he was later flayed alive and crucified head down.
Posted on March 16, 2018
While these are ruins to the visitors, they are sacred sites to the local people.
Posted on March 7, 2018
A collection of statues from the holy sites in Sri Lanka
Posted on September 18, 2017
The lowlands of Tsai Khaldun and the Axa Delta marked the southern frontier of Uqbar and on the islands of the delta wild horses procreate.
… As a result of the religious persecutions of the thirteenth century, the orthodox believers of Uqbar sought refuge on these islands, where to this day their obelisks remain and where it is not uncommon to unearth their stone mirrors.
The impostor magician Smerdis one of the heresiarchs of Uqbar had declared “the visible universe is an illusion or (more precisely) a sophism. Mirrors… are an abomination because they multiply and disseminate that universe.
Posted on June 21, 2017
The yearly celebration of Jesus del Gran Poder gathers over 40,000 participants/dancers every year in May/June in La Paz, Bolivia. It is now considered part of UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage. I have published a book about this celebration and you can view the digital version here: Gran Poder