Category Archives: Faith
It was a very auspicious day for the women. They were escorting a flag they’d made in honour of their village to the main temple. It was blessed then hoisted and flown from the flagpole until sunset. Jubilant pilgrims in … Continue reading
The symbol rich “Graveyard” at St Ives, Cornwall UK speaks of faith and tradition. Each gravemarker is symbolic of a life lost, of faith, of love, of treasured memories. The DP Weekly Photo Challenge is “Symbol.”
Ailsa from Where’m My Backpack is a voice of reason responding to the tragic and senseless execution of the gifted men and women at Charlie Hebdo in her post “Laughter as a Political Act.” Bravo Ailsa. Throughout history there have … Continue reading
A few years ago I was privileged to visit Dwarka in the Indian state of Gujurat, the renowned and ancient city of Krishna, one of the four holiest of pilgrim sites for Hindus. Each day at dusk, a new flag … Continue reading
Autumn sunlight refracting inside the Mezquita, Cordoba, Spain. The WP weekly photo challenge is “refraction.”
A peek inside the 350 year old Jama Masjid in New Delhi. Ailsa at Where’s My Backpack has chosen Interior as this week’s travel themed photo challenge.
Turmeric has great religious significance to the Hindus. This Sadhu or Holy Man wears cloth dyed in turmeric, and I saw him in the city of pilgrims, Dwarka, in Gujurat, one of the four holiest city’s in India, believed to … Continue reading
My photo of a humble “Countryside Chapel” in the Alentejo region of Portugal is my building entry in Cees weekly Fun Foto Challenge.
Ailsa has chosen “world cups” as the theme for her photo challenge at Where’s My Backpack. Photographed at the ancient and holy city of Dwarka, India