Weekly Photo Challenge – Let There Be Light

This week’s Challenge wants us to look at sources of light.

Candle light is a very difficult subject for my camera to capture.  But here are a couple of the better shots.

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Then there is electric light.  Here is an old ‘Gone With The Wind’ lamp.

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There is reflective light.

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And the most beautiful:  Sunlight.

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For more fantastic submissions go to Weekly Photo Challenge.

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16 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge – Let There Be Light

  1. Pete says:

    The fifth image is my fav, the other don’t tell a story but the fifth is just a beauty well done 🙂 here are mine http://wp.me/p39nN5-4m

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  3. The deer candle holder is beautifully unique.

    janet

  4. Jayde-Ashe says:

    What a gorgeous lamp! I absolutely love it. Fantastic photos Princess.

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  7. Leya says:

    Many kinds of light! That lamp is really special – never seen anything like it. I like the stag very much!

  8. alainafae says:

    I love pictures 1, 2, and 5! Well-composed and capture the essence of the challenge well 🙂 Quite a bit of Cernunnos imagery resonating from the deer pictures.

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