The Sacred South

The Sacred South is my photo log of spaces in the American South that have been set aside for experiencing, communing, or acknowledging the transcendent in some way. I’m not really getting too specific here–all religions (or non-religions) are fair game.

The goal is simply to document the human need for an enchanted world and the longing for something transcendent in what Flannery O’Conner called the “Christ-haunted” south.

All posts will be under The Sacred South category here for now.

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