Since we are very limited in where we can go and what we can do, I have decided to do a photo escape. I may not be able to literally visit a place, but I can break free and allow my mind to take flight, and remember the beauty we experienced around this time last year as we excitedly awaited the arrival of the cherry blossoms.
Last year we were free to come and go as we pleased, there was no social distancing or physical distancing, so a small group of us got together and we went to take in the cherry blossoms, not only in High Park but also at Trinity Bellwoods. This year both of these places will be off limits because of the COVID19 Coronavirus.
Since we are not allowed to be there physically, I can still dwell on those beautiful memories of seeing the cherry blossoms, as I take a photo escape.
No need to feel imprisoned in your own homes. Take your minds on a little photo retreat. If you don’t have your own photo bank to draw from, you can also check out some photos here.
[ Meditate on These Things ] Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—meditate on these things. Philippians 4:8
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8 Replies to “Why Take A Photo Retreat #1”
Look at how beautiful you and those cherry blossoms are. What glorious creations our LORD has made 🙂
😀Thanks Margaret…so happy it’s spring once again….in spite of every thing.
This seems an interesting thing to do. The mind wandering off in beautiful spaces must find some benefits. Sometimes it can find God there. Love it.
Yes, it absolutely can find God there. Thanks for commenting!!
Thank you…I love looking at photos and getting lost in the beauty of them.
I wish that we could see these in person this year. Too bad we have to settle on a virtual experience. Luckily you have photos to reminince and praise God for this beautiful creation.
I feel the same way. Though the virtual experience may be nice, it’s just not the same as the real thing. Yes, there’s absolutely nothing like God’s creation.