More “Models”

These are actual shots of actual non-models modeling for the mosaic mural drawings.

reference photos for drawings for the mosaic mural, "The Feeding of the 5000", designed by Lynn Bridge and created by friends and members of University Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas, U.S.A.

The Good Sport

reference photos for drawings for the mosaic mural, "The Feeding of the 5000", designed by Lynn Bridge and created by friends and members of University Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas, U.S.A.

Can you get my foot into the picture?

reference photos for drawings for the mosaic mural, "The Feeding of the 5000", designed by Lynn Bridge and created by friends and members of University Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas, U.S.A.

This wasn’t comfortable in pre-school, either!

When photographing models from aerial perspectives, it’s a good idea to keep a ladder and a staircase handy.

Here’s the story on John:  I went upstairs to ask Danny to sit on the floor for a photo, but Suzi and John came into the building at the very moment I arrived in the main hall.  A confused, but ever-ready-to-serve John agreed to sit on the floor for his modeling session.  The moral to this story is ‘When you wake up in the morning, you can’t know exactly how you will be called on to serve in the community, especially the church, that day.’

was driving in the car, listening to KUT radio this morning when I heard a podcast from Two Guys on Your Head.  The topic was our social species and how doing things together changes our perspective.  As soon as the podcast is available online, I shall link it here, because some things they were saying were extremely relevant to this mosaic ministry in the community.  Here’s the link to the Two Guys blog.

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