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G20 Toronto, 2010. Taken during the Sunday prayer vigil.
Also on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/60012557@N00/4743305729/in/set-72157624379743186.
When Jesus invites us to eat his flesh and drink his blood, it’s strange and off-putting. Many rather stick with the easier digestible sing song, bible reading, pew warming side dish. But to ingest the body of Jesus and down drafts of his blood, this is the divine main dish he invites us to feast. It’ strange, weird, but he is the thing that makes us full and satisfied.
Watercolor painting by me. Have uploaded onto Picasaweb.
I like to have people look “out,” away from the camera, rather than at the camera. Some would say that adds distance; I say that it makes the photograph more intimate. It adds a perspective that the subject rarely gets to see – you can never look away from yourself in a mirror and still see what you look like.
In Belgium we have many old chapels, at crossroads, on farms etc etc; this is one of those small chapels, not far away from a farm we squatted for a while.
pax et bonum.
It took a lot of crawling on the grass to get this shot “) hard work made it even more awesome.
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