Category Archives: Visual Poetry

Visual Poetry #32 (Visio Divina)

There are times when a common scene reveals a moment of grace. (I photographed this image at Charles Sauriol Conservation Area, Toronto, Ontario)

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Visual Poetry #31 (Absorbing the Mystery)

I opened the gate of my heart and absorbed the mystery in front of me. (I photographed this image at Seton Park, Toronto, Ontario)

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Visual Poetry #30 (Barely Holding On)

I photographed this image at Charles Sauriol Conservation Area, Toronto, Ontario. I heard the “silence” of the woods.

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Visual Poetry #29 (The Art of Natural Contemplation)

I photographed this image at Charles Sauriol Conservation Area one cold late October afternoon. I felt a sense of the sacred.

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As Autumn Leaves Congregate

Autumn leaves congregate until, until the are no more movements. And the landscape is quiet. It is a sacramental moment.

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In Memory (a photography project inspired by the music of Arvo Part)

I took this shot at St. James Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario. One of the sources of my inspiration for my photography is the music of Arvo Part, one of my favourite classical music composers. My inspiration for this image came from … Continue reading

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There Are Those That Give

Rain falls and the flowers are just right in the very moment where they are to receive and I simply observe and absorb and my heart is suddenly filled with exuberance and has blossomed fully well. And I witness the … Continue reading

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