D:Sign 10

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At first i thought that this would be the most difficult image to light and shoot – but it turned out to be very straightforward, all the light comes from the lit match with no external lighting and I love the warm glow that it produces.

For me it begs the question of how we can deal with the darkness once our final match runs out..

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  1. I had really mixed responses to this one. My first was that s/he is in danger, boxed in and desperate and running out of options. And very alone. And I guess that is how life can feel at times. Isolation is a sad fact of many lives. Then I saw the flame and the warmth and comfort that would flow from it. Jesus, inhabiting the disaster and bringing life back to the scene. I often don’t face the darkness until the match has run out and I’ve nowhere else to turn, but then the resurrecting can begin.

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