Ancient of days.

Maria and her family recently returned from Israel and Jordan, and she is generously sharing photos for posting on “We’ll See!”

These three clerics are standing in the doorway of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. I look at them and realize that I am seeing the embodiment of centuries of faith and tradition, perhaps reaching back thousands of years. We should always appreciate those who remind us of things which are constant and good, and beautiful.

Thank You Maria for sharing this photo (and more to come!) on “We’ll See!”

Ancient way.

When Maria and her family visited Cozumel last year, they saw this lady doing what her ancestors did centuries ago, making tortillas. True, Cozumel is touristy and all, but then you see small moments that hearken back a thousand years or more, and you remember that before we ever existed, they always were. ┬áThank You, Maria, for taking this photo and for allowing us to post this ancient/modern moment on “We’ll See!”

Techie info: This photo was taken with Kodak Potra 160 color film, using a Nikon F6, 35mm lens.