living water

At this week’s Tasmanian UCA ‘school of ministry’ we were encouraged to go wandering in Launceston, and to find space or place in which the presence of God spoke.  For me, it was a journey up the south Esk river, starting from the Tailrace (where the waters of the South Esk mingle with the Tamar having passed through a hydro power station), then the junction of the South Esk and Tamar, and finally up-stream in Cataract Gorge.  I took a few photos along the journey.

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