This piece features the Oratorio dei Pellegrini or the Pilgrim’s Oratory located in Assisi, Italy. It has historically “offered rest and restoration to pilgrims,” as one pamphlet says. Although I never had a chance to enter this place of prayer/worship while in Assisi, I kept circling back to it, admiring the exterior frescoes and slyly peeking through the thick glass doors from behind the velvet curtains. It was always locked. I took this shot from across the street. It is my reflection in the glass doors--the reflection of a pilgrim. It seemed fitting to combine this photo with one that showcased Assisi, the place of the pilgrimage to explore thin places.
Pilgrim is part of my Thin Places body of work.
Size: (h x w) 20" x 16" framed
Medium: original digital photograph