In photography, your light source is of great importance, whether it be behind, in front, bright or shadowed. It helps tell your story through the eyes of the camera…and you. I like taking picture of how the sun shines around nature to highlight its beauty. Enclosed are my entries for 2020 Photo Challenge #18 featuring Light.
The March snow we had was heavy and wet but its beauty was highlighted by the bright sun behind the trees that made neat shadows.
Webs are magical as they reflect their silver lines in the rays of the sun.
The brightness of the sun and the rays sifting through the petals.
Even as light begins to fade, it still has beauty to share, And as always, I close with a reminder of showing kindness in all that you do. It could create its own sunshine.
“And we know that all things work together for good”…Romans 8:28.
Mother nature is a finely tuned system to balance all parts of creations for the full support of the whole system.
Linda Hill’s challenge of 1LinerWed and Cee’s challenge of Flower of the Day are both pulled together here to show the beauty of the sun, blue sky, a sunflower and a bee – all doing their part in the system of nature.
And as always, remember to be kind to all things, even when its hard or if you have to run…
It is amazing how fast nature can recover from harsh weather or natural disasters. We have now had 4 sunny days in a row. Still flooded down at the river but at least its sunny. That has been a major blessing in so many ways and my flowers are drinking it in like warm sweet honey. They have exploded in bloom like I had given them a shot of medicine. Well, they did get a shot of medicine, God’s glorious sunshine. It make all of us feel good with it’s warmth on our backs.
Even my peonies all of a sudden have burst into bloom, literally with 2 days of sunshine.
Its amazing that the healing power of a ball of fire can give us as we rotate around it. Sometimes it can be too much but for now it is welcome.
I still have 3 large planters to fill but am waiting to see how the week goes. Maybe get some hardy mums for summer. My flowers make me smile and I wanted to share that smile with you. And I am reminded that even the smallest gesture of a smile can actually be a bright spot for someone’s day of gray. So smile often and always be kind.