The Woods past the Wardrobe

A week ago we went to see the new Narnia movie. As big fans of the books, we were highly anticipating it. We definitely weren't disappointed. Yes, of course, there are some changes and additions from the book to the screen, but none of them really detracted from the story.

And what a story it is. I felt it was more powerfully portrayed here than in The Passion of the Christ. Seeing what Aslan did for Edmund hit me powerfully. Hopefully it will hit others.

And the scenery was breathtaking. Ah, to be able to travel to some of those locations. Right now I'm stuck with the snow across the barren plains. But it is really beautiful. To be outside on a winter day with snow on the ground and frost on the trees and no wind is to experience the most peaceful solitude.

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