Audrey <3

La Galleria Grande by Nikontento on Flickr.

infinitely autumn. på We Heart It.

Anonymous German Artist
Martyrdom of Saint Maurice and the Theban Legion
Germany (c. 1500)
Oil on Wood, 66 cm.
Brühl., Katholische Pfarrkirche St. Margaretha.
The Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive, W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research, Harvard University
"The “communion” of the Father, the Son, and the Spirit, as divine Trinity, the “communion of the Holy Spirit” which introduces man into divine life, and the “communion” or “community” which is then created between men in Christ, not only are designated with the same term, but, ultimately, represent the same spiritual experience and reality. The Church is not simply a society of human beings, associated with each other by common beliefs and goals; it is a koinonia in God and with God. And if God Himself were not a Trinitarian koinonia, if He were not three Persons, the Church could never be an association of persons, irreducible to each other in their personal identity. Participation in divine life would be nothing more than a Neoplatonic or Buddhist integration in to an impersonal “One.”
The very specific “oneness” realized in the Eucharistic koinonia, is,par excellence, a gift of the Holy Spirit."
John Meyendorff, Byzantine Theology

Stockholm, Sweden, 1880’s

Red Autumn More nature photos at

Valensole Plain, France (by Margarita Almpanezou)

Reflection on the water -   c. 1900 - (Via)