Begins: April 24 at 7 pm Ends: April 26 after lunch
A contemplative approach to working with our cameras prompts us to slow down, pay attention, see more deeply, and be receptive to the essential nature of the world around and within us. It is a way of connecting us with creation and the Creator. Come and explore with us the qualities and practices that enhance this contemplative approach.
Participants need to bring their own cameras and be able to operate them, although no formal training is required. It will be a rain or shine event - please come prepared appropriately for the outdoors.
Facilitators: Kim Wiens, and Linda and Rupert Wilson
Kim and her husband, Randy, have been part of the King's Fold Community since September 2017. Kim loves beauty, creativity and quietness (at times!) and finds expression for deep connection to God through the lens of her camera. She loves spending time with her kids, her cute grandsons, and in nature. Linda and Rupert are long-standing friends of King's Fold. Linda is a workshop designer, facilitator and retreat leader and Rupert is currently on the Board. Both of them love photography and have been inspired by the work of Freeman Patterson, a world-renowned landscape photographer who embraces his photography as a spiritual expression.
Cost: $295 shared, $385 single (limited single rooms available)
Please contact us to register or if you need more information for this retreat.