Like the morning moon,
Cold, unpitying was my love.
And since we parted,
I dislike nothing so much
As the breaking light of day. ~Mibu no Tadamine
In the peaceful light
Of the ever-shining sun
In the days of spring,
Why do the cherry’s new-blown blooms
Scatter like restless thoughts? ~Ki no Tomonori
This week Amy invites photographers to share their work using natural light.
16 replies to “lens-artist photo challenge: natural light”
Natural light it is
morning’s natural light 🙂
You’ve transformed the ordinary into the extraordinary with these images Brenda. Beautifully done.
Thank you Tina… ordinary — commonplace. One would think that extraordinary would be more commonplace as oppose to remarkable. Please excuse my housebound wanderings. 🙂
Beautiful lights and shadows, Brenda. I admire your observation.
Thank you Amy. The early morning sun does offer gifts of light and shadow…just hard to get going in the morning.
I love the way you have captured the light in these photos.
Thank you Khürt…I wonder if it was the light that captured me. 🙂
Oh that beautiful rust, specially in this light!
Thank you for taking the time to visit and leave your words. The beautiful shades of reds, oranges, yellows, and yellow-orange.
I love the golden and reddish tones here, Brenda. And the poetry is marvelous!
Turning ordinary into extraordinary, only by natural light 🙂
Lovely captures 🙂
Morning light just before the start of city hustle and bustle is the most refreshing and energetic dose you will get!
I also delight in the sounds unique to a waking city and the morning light filtering though mountain pines.
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