Let’s see some Icon corners

Mine is pretty simple but will slowly be adding to it:

What does yours look like?

ZP

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I’ve since made some additions, but it’s still quite simple. I’m proud of it though :’)

Also it’s kind of hard to see so the top is a holy water font with St. Joseph and The Virgin Mary. On the desk is a crucifix, a prayer book, and my rosary. I’ve since added a praying Madonna painting.

I might add a better picture tomorrow just because this old one is not that good.

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Actually not my icon corner. A friend’s place where all extra icons and paper icons go right in front of the bed.

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Not a brilliant photo, nor a very large icon corner, but I keep these two images on my window sill in the small corner of space I have found so far.

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It’s wonderful. I like a nice and simple icon corner, although I do have some more that will be delivered soon.

ZP

I may expand it a little at some point when I have made some more space. One or two of saints that inspire me might be nice. St. Peter, my namesake, for instance.

Yes! My name sake is the Prophet Jeremiah, my wife, St Tamara and my daughter St Elizabeth, mother of St John the Forerunner. Those will be part of our icon corner.

ZP

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One of my 3 icon corners in the house. This one is next to the fridge!

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Great place to have one!

ZP

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One of our two icon corners. (You have to click on it to see the whole thing.)


top row: Theotokos, cross, crucifix, Christ
2nd row: Theotokos (egg), St. Spiridon, St. Xenia of St. Petersburg, various icons of the Theotokos w/Annunciation at the center, Hawaiian Iveron Icon of the Theotokos, St. Seraphim of Sarov, St. Herman of Alaska, St. Alexander Nevski (egg)
3rd row: St. John the Baptist, St. Nectarios of Aegina, St. George, St. Paul, St. Titus, St. Michael, 2 prayer ropes and a rosary
4th row: St. Mary Magdalene, St. Bartholomew, oil, holy water, rose, pussy willows and palms from Palm Sunday
5th row: Russian bronze crucifix, snake plant, palm cross

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Its lovely. And incidentially I’m glad I’m not the only one who keeps the palms from Palm Sunday. I had one on the wall above my bed for a while. They have a beautiful simplicity to them.

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