Confessions Through Photograph: Part II


The images you are about to view include situations and depictions that may deem triggering for specific individuals. Proceed at your own caution.


The images you are about to view contain the final chapter to the story five years in the making. If you have not had the chance to view Part I, please click here to find the beginning of the story. I’ll allow the pictures to do the talking but I hope and pray you see this collection for all that it is worth. My desire is that you see my heart but most importantly, God’s faithfulness and love.

This is my story.




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God bless you!

28 Replies to “Confessions Through Photograph: Part II”

  1. ok … this is VERY “first draft ” … but if you’d like to hear what these pictures stir in me, it’s here …
    I don’t have the dynamics where I want them yet … and the ending is still not what I’m looking for … but – at least it shows what I’m thinking.
    If you get a chance to listen, I’d love your opinion……

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      1. I’m thinking of a youtube video for it … showing the different photos in time to the music. If I get that far – I’ll let you know.
        Glad you like my first draft on the composition!

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      2. yeah – not sure why some of the pictures blurred – I just copied them direct from your blog …
        Glad you like it. Now we know what we can accomplish…

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  2. WOW.
    That says so much. Incredible. I know, it’s hacknied like crazy but this is proof “a picture is worth a thousand words”.
    I feel almost every photo here. I understand the emotions shown.
    This is an incredible work – my gratitude.
    Thank you.


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      1. I already have music running through my head for the scenes. It’s a jumble right now (often is when I’m first inspired) but I’ll let you know if anything comes of it.

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