Sent to Proclaim Release… Luke 4:18

Day 14 – January 14, 2013


“Make something microscopic.  How small can you work? Can you make something that requires a magnifying glass or microscope to see?” from 365 A Daily Creativity Journal by Noah Scalin                 

“The merciful precepts of Christ will at last suffuse the Code and it will glow with their radiance.  Crime will be considered an illness with its own doctors to replace your judges and its hospitals to replace your prisons.  Liberty shall be equated with health.  Ointments and oils shall be applied to limbs that were once shackled and branded.  Infirmities that once were scourged with anger shall now be bathed with love.  The cross in place of the gallows: sublime and yet so simple.”  –Victor Hugo, The Last Day of a Condemned Man (1822-1868)

Note on today’s challenge: The cross in the picture above is made from nine pieces of glitter placed on a 1/2 inch black circle.  Now that’s pretty small!  I placed a glass sone over it to help magnify the cross and then took the picture through the lens on my work glasses that I use for beading.

Tools for today's project:Gold glitter, black paper, tweezers, and magnifier

Tools for today’s project:
Gold glitter, black paper, tweezers, and magnifier

Photographing through a lens

Photographing through a lens

teeny tiny

teeny tiny

About 365MissionalPractice

Love God, Love Christ, Love Others. I am passionate about creating Missional Relationships that encourage disciples to personify Christ's message. As a minister in a Community of Christ congregation in Virginia I am learning everyday what it means to be vulnerable, to risk, to experiment, to share in a world that needs the redemptive healing of Christ. View all posts by 365MissionalPractice

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