Photo display with spiritual message

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undefinedAn exhibition of photographs by Peter Robinson � a member of St Michael and All Angels Church, Pensby, Wirral � is to be held at Chester Cathedral this autumn. Peter's collection �The Living Water' contains mainly photographs taken within and around the cathedral.

Peter’s collection ‘The Living Water’ contains mainly photographs taken within and around the cathedral.

But there are also scenes from other locations – including a picture taken at the Charles Thompson Mission in Birkenhead, which offers help to the homeless.

The over-arching theme of Peter’s display takes inspiration from a passage in St John’s Gospel (4:14) which tells how Christ used a reference to water as a metaphor for spiritual nourishment.

Peter, aged 70, is a retired telephone engineer who lives in Heswall. He’s been a keen amateur photographer for much of his life – but this is his first solo exhibition.

He is a member of the Royal Photographic Society.

The exhibition is on daily in the south transept of Chester Cathedral from Thursday 19 September until Wednesday 2 October. Admission is free.

Picture above and below, two of the photographs from the exhibition. Bottom, Peter Robinson