Hidden Places

Last January my husband Richard and I decided to spend the weekend at our cabin. Since he was working out of town we decided to meet there, I arrived first that afternoon and began unloading my car. I could hardly concentrate as I walked back and forth, so distracted with the sunlight shooting through the pine trees, breaking up the shadows on the snow. So beautiful was this interplay of light and dark that finally I could take it no longer as I reached for my camera and set off into the woods. What a winter wonderland and so untouched, not a human footprint to be found. I passed the occasional rabbit or elk trail on my journey following the light. The snow crunched under foot and the light danced. I smelled the crisp air as I strolled along in solitude reflecting on the power of the light breaking through the shadows. Once again I am reminded that there is no place so hidden or so dark that the healing light and love of God cannot reach and transform. I give thanks for this reminder and this wondrous anniversary gift. Original SOLD

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