LET THERE BE LIGHT – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Lights

Light. Sunlight shining through the leaves on the tree. The shafts of sunlight late in the day. Lights on trees for the holiday. The glow of lights in houses and candles glowing in a darkened room. Candles on the cake, lanterns in the dark. The glow of the moon.

We are drawn to light and how it changes the shape and tone of everything.

Lighted path at night
A lit tree near Christmas
Sunset in the woods
Light on snow
Lighted tree at a winter light festival
First light of day in Rockport
Woods and river in the late afternoon
Desert sunset
Supermoon through trees

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

33 thoughts on “LET THERE BE LIGHT – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. I love shooting at night. The only time there’s anything to shoot at night around these parts IS during Christmas when they string lights around the Commons. When it’s possible, shooting at night in Boston is GREAT.


    1. For me, most pictures are about light and how it reflects and changes the way everything looks. We are recovering from last night’s heavy rains. Tomorrow is supposed to be cloudy, but dry … but more wind and driving rain by the weekend. Maybe a bit of snow, too.

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        1. Pity we can’t share the weather. You need rain, we really DON’T need more rain. All through your long drought when so many other places were flooding, I kept thinking how unfair it was. I guess fair doesn’t have much to do with it.

          It’s supposed to be below 20 degrees tomorrow morning and now they are talking about snow. How depressing is THAT.


          1. There’s something about “below” that would be depressing to me as well! We could use the snow, though, as it would be slow-release into the ground and most helpful of all! They are now predicting “heavy rain” for next week — not what we need at all!

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