In the most recent post in my Stumbling Through Blessing series, I described a gloomy moment where I called into question whether I’d truly experienced happiness while walking St. Cuthbert’s Way this past spring.
In most other moments, during and after the walk, doubt has not been on the menu.
Here’s some of what joy looked like as I ambled the one hundred kilometre footpath from Melrose, Scotland to Holy Island in Northumberland, England, reached by crossing the North Sea in low tide.
If the prospect of a little more joy appeals to you, feel free to join me for additional photographs (about sixty altogether) here.
Also, how about a brucah (blessing)?
Baruch Atah Adonay, Eloheynu Melech Ha’olam, she’kacha lo ba’olamo
Blessed Are You, Source of all that is, who has such beauty in the universe
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2 responses to “Between Stumblings – Picturing Joy”
Your photos are breath taking!
I love your compositions. The moments you choose to stop and capture.
Incredible. With love and respect…m
Thanks so much, Michelle.
I like to say that I was about the youngest person on the trail, and easily the slowest. Some of the nicer photographs were among the rewards.