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My photos of the British countryside, mostly in Devon and Cornwall. These are special places where I have felt close to God. With each I have added my own thoughts and reflections, together with Bible truths.

Owner: wayfarerjon

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Tags: Bible, Christianity, Photography, Inspirational, England

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Latest Blog Posts for Wayfarerjon's Photo Reflections

  • Summer Break
    on Aug 7, 2009 in Bible personal Christianity
    I am having a summer break, so there will be no more posts for a few weeks. Time for family and friends and reflection. I'll be back refreshed in the autumn.In the meantime feel free to browse this site, also my blog "Sitting Under My Fruit Tree" wil...
  • Salt of the EarthChives in a Herb Garden, HerefordshireWe found a herb garden in Hereford that was a delight to the eye and smelled heavenly. At home I share in the cooking and am learning to use herbs. We have our own bed of herbs in our garden and I find that the a...
  • He Actually Prays For Us!
    on Jul 26, 2009 in Bible prayer Jesus intimacy
    Magnolia Petals, Trengwainton, CornwallWhen my wife and I were last at this garden near Penance, we were entranced by the scene of thousands of magnolia petals carpeting the grass. As we stood in the stillness an exquisite pale pink petal floated dow...
  • ProvidenceFields in Restormel, CornwallOn a sunny afternoon last week I leant on the field gate and drank in the warmth and greenness of this pastoral scene, from the crops, to the homestead in the distance and the woods beyond. It was a good feeling of basic...
  • I Will Never Leave YouWhitsands Bay, East CornwallThe narrow coast road along the full stretch of Whitsands Bay offers breathtaking views out to sea. There's always something different to see depending upon the weather, time of day or the season. You have to go carfeully...
  • The Only WayThe Pennine Way, DerbyshireThis is the gate at the start of the Pennine Way, a footpath that starts in Derbyshire and follows the 'backbone of England' all the way to Scotland. This first section, which crosses high level moorland can appear threaten...
  • Window DressingHerefordshire Cottage windowThis is just one example of a quaint timber-framed cottage in Hereford. The old leaded window is surrounded with English roses, making a beautiful picture of peace and tranquility. But wait, you can’t see through the win...
  • The Comforting PresenceEdale and the Derbyshire High PeakEver since my early teens I have loved walking in wild mountainous places. This is one of my favourite spots, a high wilderness plateau in the Peak National Park, reached by a long climb up the Grindsbrook valley. T...
  • A Pleasant PlaceMorning View, HerefordshireWe’ve just returned from time in a cottage in the heart of the English countryside. This is the view I woke up to on the first morning and as I drank in the beauty of such a pleasant rural scene, I was reminded of Psalm...
  • Living WaterSource of the River DerwentThis little stream, high up in the hills of the Derbyshire Peak District, is the source of the River Derwent. It flows between vibrant mossy banks and is a delight to the eye - a picture of new life, refreshment and peace.
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