A 'Thin Place' was a term used by the early Celtic Christians to describe a place where they sensed the veil between earth and heaven was so thin that they were virtually fused together. Two such places in the 7th and later centuries were the islands of Iona, Scotland and Lindisfarne (Holy Island), Northumberland.
This project was a personal pilgrimage to walk in the footsteps of St Aidan and St Cuthbert - both synonymous with these two 'thin places' in those early years and attempt to experience the energy which resides and still makes these holy places.
The first visit was to Lindisfarne in June 2017 and I decided to use my panoramic pinhole camera to capture a more ethereal quality to the images
Vermar Panoramic pnhole camera, Ilford Delta 100 120 film
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