Spirituality: In Pictures

Brad Oliphant uses his camera to find the spiritual in a number of different places.

These two images were taken at an all-male recovery camp, where we were all given the opportunity to get painted with organic clay. I seized the opportunity to take some images and was amazed at how these once-timid men began to show their spirit.  It was a wonderful experience for me to catch men in such a pure moment.

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  1. ylang ylang says:

    good stuff… humbling, enlightening and enlivening… with appreciation, love and gratitude

  2. rosemary thyme says:

    extraordinary… many thanks for your views & perspectives… patience & acceptance, honoring self & other… namaste

  3. Brad-
    I just took a look at your website http://www.bradoliphantphotography.com and was really impressed with your work! It took me a while to go through your photos because of being spellbound by each one. You seem to share, rather than capture, the magic and mystery of the ever changing moments. Thank you for the reminder.

  4. kathy williams says:

    Simply AMAZING!

  5. Roger Durham says:

    Brad, thank you for this exquisite testimony to the spiritual depth that surrounds us. What is it within human beings that recognizes, celebrates and responds so deeply to beauty and art and imagery and music, if not the spirit of humans? Thank you for this profound offering.

  6. Brad’s photos are like hymns of praise. The very light and framing holds each subject in the most high reverence. Although I am a nonbeliever, Rossini’s Ave Maria began playing in my thoughts as I viewed these extraordinary images.
    Thank you for sharing these.


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