January 1, 2015



Our trip to Normandy was simple. It was the time in between England and the Pyrenees. It was the one place in France my dad has always wanted to visit. It was a short time of remembrance and reflection, another nudge toward understanding human sacrifice.

I'm not a historian, nor someone who enjoys the study of war; I don't believe in glorifying past battles, only learning from suffering, and hopefully making bridges from struggle to peace. 

We stayed in Bayeux, which allowed us two experiences. Time to visit and pray in the cathedral, and a chance to wander Omaha Beach and visit the memorial of WWII. 



Published: January 1, 2015 | Filed under: Far

Comments (3)
Kh. Tammy said:
January 1, 2015 @ 12:00 PM

That's absolutely amazing! Enjoy dearest Jane and family. I'm so glad you have this opportunity! Love, Kh. T

Christina Gessler said:
January 2, 2015 @ 5:17 PM

I have always loved your photography. There is a book in all of them, I believe, particularly how lovingly you photograph John Ronan. Thank you, as always, for sharing.

Elizabeth said:
January 2, 2015 @ 5:35 PM

loved this post and those pictures! So glad for your time overseas! ~ Elizabeth http://eroosje.blogspot.com/

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