Posts Tagged ‘light’

I think nature’s gold is the very best and I offer you two examples of why I think so. This will be my last post for September as I’m on the way to southern California for another visit with our older daughter, husband, and grandchild-in-the-making. I’ll even be attending my first gender-reveal party but no, there will be no fireworks to start forest fires or anything happening that might kill someone or destroy property! Just family and friends and a cake that when cut, will have frosting colored to reveal boy or girl. Whatever happened to the element of surprise that we looked for? πŸ™‚

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for Life in Colour: gold

Ann-Christine is looking for examples of artificial light in this week’s challenge, which is quite a challenge for me as most of my light is in nature. I’ve trawled through some of my archives to find a few examples to share with you. I hope you enjoy them and have a marvelous weekend. We’re binge watching the Vancouver rugby 7’s tournament today and probably tomorrow as well. πŸ™‚ What are you doing?

My favorite view of a large city, Los Angeles in this case, is at night when the artificial light reigns supreme. This is a view from the observatory.

Light in the chapel in Sedona’s lovely shopping area, Tlaquepaque, reminiscent of some of Europe’s small chapels. If you book early and pay an unknown amount, you can have your wedding here. πŸ™‚

Indubitably artificial light.

Tina’s chosen to focus on light this week with a fascinating use of the slider feature of WordPress. Choosing for this challenge is almost impossible, but I’ll start with a favorite which many of you have seen before. People who believe in astrology talk about the stars aligning but here the animals aligned instead and I was so thankful they did.

Light at the end of the tunnel.

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A light.

The “glory of God” morning light.

Night light.

Oceanside light.

Back light.

I could go on and on but I won’t, for which you’re probably grateful, however I hope you have lots of light in your day and in your heart today.

for Squares: bright 4.2.21

for Life in Colour: green

A few weeks ago, a neighbor a few houses away had a table on the sidewalk with sacks of lemons on it and signs saying “Free.” I grabbed a couple bags, piled them in an attractive bowl, grabbed my phone, and looked for a place with good light. The leaves were attractive, the lemons tart and delicious.

for Life in Colour: green

for One Word Sunday: light

Bathed in light

Posted: January 8, 2021 in Nature
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My nomination for this travel photo challenge came from Su at Zimmerbitch. Same old same old: one travel photo, no explanation necessary. Today’s invitation goes all the way to Finlan, where Ritva is trying to survive the dark of a Scandinavian winter. Take us away to somewhere sunny, Ritva, and if you do, link or pingback to my post/blog. Or just enjoy my photo when it gets dark.