National Geographic typically does do a Christianity related feature for its December issue and over the years, I recall, we have had some good ones. If I go and look and my ‘small’ pile of SAVED NatGs I might even be able to tell you what some of them were. Well, I will be keeping this one too.
To be honest, given that I studied the history of the Bible for a couple of years, I knew most of what I have read so far. But, what makes this special is the peerless NatG graphics, photographs, research and access. The graphics are SUPERB. There is one which is a pictorial summary of what is contained in each book of the Bible — Old and New Testament. Neat.
If you are interested in this topic you really should ‘read’ this. I haven’t tried to read it online. I faithfully subscribe to the printed version every year.
Well, I just wanted to make sure you knew about this.
Click pictures to ENLARGE.
No post-processing whatsoever!
The “Castle in the Clouds” is like “Cinemagic” in Portsmouth. If I am there it is unlikely I will leave without exploiting their great mirrors to take a selfie or two — my way. So, when we went to “Christmas at the Castle” this past Saturday. I used three different mirrors. Lighting was a bit tricky. But, it was fun.