DISCOVERING GOD PHOTOS

Story Photos from Part 2

Interested to see some images for various stories told in Part 2 of '1God.world'
There will be regular photographic updates for these 26 stories.

SAUDI ARABIA MIDDLE EAST (STORY #7)

Saudi Arabia is the homeland of Islam. Being fortunate to have visited this inspiring country, coincidently during Ramadan, emphasised so beautifully the place prayer and the devotion to God must take in our lives.

ULURU - ROCK AUSTRALIA (STORY #9)

Uluru is literally at the heart of the oldest, driest continent on the planet. This single rock stands alone in the centre of Australia. Here was felt the wonder and awe of God through both the Rock and the local first Australians.

NIAGARA FALLS CANADA / USA (STORY #11)

The magnificence of such a massive flow of natural water through the border of the USA and Canada is absolutely awe inspiring. There is a true presence of God felt amongst these Falls.

VATICAN ROME ITALY EUROPE (STORY #12)

St Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museum have such an array of the world's best classical art. Michelangelo is highlighted in both and likewise highlights the senses and awe of God through such imposing and brilliant pieces offered to God.

GOLD COAST (STORY #16)

The Gold Coast is my home town. It is where I grew up. It is where I was given so many wonderful opportunities to begin knowing God. It is my base to explore within and beyond on the continuous exploration for God.

PARIS FRANCE EUROPE (STORY #26)

Paris typifies the Arts in a very special way. The Louvre is home to so many incredible pieces - with many having a religious emphasis. Paris and Rome have classically lived for centuries with brilliant cathedrals and churches housing unique pieces of Art.

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