Nojoqui Falls

This is an image of Nojoqui Falls, a hundred-foot waterfall that my family hiked to during our recent trip to Solvang.

While the falls had dried to a mere trickle, the tall moss-and-ivy-covered rock was stunning. Sometimes during the normal course of life, one may feel dried up. Yet even a trickle can be nourishing.

That’s the beauty of the sacramental life as well. A slight spoonful of wine and bread, a dash of water, a smear of oil, a whispered prayer, or a humble confession can usher us into the mystical participation of divine grace from which real life flows.

Photo taken with a Nikon D40x in Solvang, CA. Post in Capture NX2.

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