On this Boxing Day, it is already time for the 36th collection Tuesday Photo Challenge entries, which clearly saw the Light! I hope that everyone had a great start to their Holidays, as the Season continues and we’re looking forward to the New Year in 2017 with anticipation.
There were a great number of contributions to this week’s challenge, including first-time entries, and, as usual, the quality was fantastic! All of you really put your best lens forward!
Here’s another look at some of the holiday lights at Tower Hill Botanic Garden:
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
- Judith led the proceedings off with a great post in Nature Knows Best, in which there were lights of all sizes and purposes.
- Michelle’s post in Southern By Design featured gorgeous photography, which you’ll need to check out!
- Emily’s blog, Zombie Flamingoes showed some amazing lighting, which clearly took quite a bit of work.
- In her post in Showers of Blessing, Miriam shares the gorgeous Christmas decorations done by her friend, who is on the mend from extended health issues.
- Candace’s post in her blog Netdancer’s Musings and Photography shows us the lights on the Eiffel Tower, which makes for a beautiful image.
- Marie captured the lights in Colmar, France, in her post in The New 3Rs: Retire, Recharge, Reconnect.
- Leaking Ink‘s post about Karthikai Deepam is just gorgeous, as it highlights the lights of this festival.
- The set of images in the post by Ladyleemanilla show us lots of different Winter lights in all their glory!
- Misti’s contribution in Misti Layne shows the use of light in her lovely images of a wedding she photographed.
- Nikki has great images of light in her new blog, Flying through Water, which is turning out stunning posts!
- Not to be outdone by Nikki, Steve’s post in Steve Newcomb Photography puts a very Christmas’ spin on the theme; which one is better? You decide.
- Last, and definitely not least, is Debbie’s post in Forgiving Connects, where she brings the light from within; another great post!
A great list of responses to the challenge, which really bring the light out in this season of short days and long nights.