View Full Version : The Two Millennium Leap

December 10th, 2012, 03:51 AM
This author was musing upon "cowboy baptism" one day and whilst searching the world wide web, found two, rather remarkable, images.

One image is that of where, supposedly, Jesus was baptised by John the Baptiser.

The other was a somewhat "modern" version of a "cowboy baptism" which is usually done in a "stock tank" but this had occurred in what seemed to be a.... how shall one say it..? A "construction" of plastic sheeting and some kind of filled bags or berming.

Be that as it may, the two images merged in this author's mind and the result is what is linked below which is provided as a background for the use of one and all.

It is a large file and can probably be placed on any size or shape of monitor without loss or perceivable alteration.lin

The image link is clickable.

http://i1309.photobucket.com/albums/s633/prism01UCE/th_TwoMilleniumLeap.png (http://s1309.photobucket.com/albums/s633/prism01UCE/?action=view&current=TwoMilleniumLeap.png)

The direct link to the background entitled "The Two Millennium Leap".


The Wikimedia Commons site for the image of the supposed site where Christ was baptised and was uploaded by the online entity known as Cybjorg:


The link for the "cowboy church" "stocktank" "Easter Baptism" which was uploaded by the online entity known as "DirectCutter".


This file is released by the entity known as prism01 for free use and modification as noted under the conditions provided by Wikimedia Commons known as Creative Commons Attributions Share Alike .

If there are any questions please ask.

If any stakeholder of the original images has questions or concerns, please post them.