This week showcased a wonderful variety of light coming into play throughout this creative set of images. I was blown away by the level of participation and cannot say enough about the quality of your posts!
In your exploration of the way light can be captured in your images, you showed a variety of light sources, ranging from the Sun to fire and candles, and treated each with the creativity that guided your eyes. The images ranged across topics, but I’m sure you’ll agree after checking them all out that there were some real stunning images this week! Well done!!
A little bit of bokeh at work through foliage in this image…
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
- Out an’ About, written by Miriam, focused on the light provided by fire and the special meaning that fire has for us humans.
- The Girl That Dreams Awake provided a gorgeous capture of votive candles. Plus, she drew in another participant! You pulled in Julie Powell – Photographer & Graphic Artist, who shared a great image of creating light in the woods.
- LadyLeeManilla shows us a wonderful captures of light ranging from torch dancing to gentle lights in the skyline.
- Michelle of Southern By Design provided a fantastic image of light filtering through a beautiful tree.
- Emily’s Zombie Flamingos featured a trail of light scattering of the water; gorgeous!
- Nature Knows Best, created by Judith, really caught my eye with a stunning composition of light reflecting of the water!
- Sunshine’s Daily Blabber shared a wonderful sunrise with amazing colors!
- Sayanthi was very playful in Close to You, contributing several images with different aspects of light.
- Marga is a new participant with her post in The Photographer Smiled, where she captured light in a stunning manner.
- Sonya’s Middleton Road contrasted a reflection in a puddle with light and shadows, most creative!
- Steve, of Steve Newcomb Photography, shot a variety of light situations, taking us on a light trip!
- Debbie, in Forgiving Journal, took a bit of poetic license by capturing kids’ Post-It notes as points of light. All is forgiven 🙂
- Nikki’s A Kinder Way provides us with a range of light in some gorgeous photos!
- A special mention this week to the lovely blog Grow Cook Eat Enjoy, whose author found our challenge. Their entry was focused on vegetables, one of our earlier challenges, which all need light! Welcome to the challenge!!
I hope that I got everyone’s posts! Go check out each other’s posts and enjoy the wonderful range of expressions that we find!
Now to switch my mind to the next challenge. And, no, it’s not dark 🙂