by Ruth Categories: PhotographyTags: available light, front porch, light, neighborhood, park, photography, postaday, urban scene 6 Comments
Note to Self: Spring Always Comes
February Morning Light
January 2010 Stars
Hand Sanitizer, Ginger Ale and Wine
Afternoon light from the Kitchen back door glass onto the white counter. Different afternoons.
Coming through the bottles – of hand sanitizer, ginger ale and wine
Rainbow on Shawl
Here’s what Created the Scarlet Path of Light
Silent Sunday’s Post was a red (correction SCARLET)path of light reflected onto the sidewalk at Ohio State University campus. Today I photographed what created the path of light from yesterday’s post.
“Not only was the RPAC (Recreation Physical Activity Center) a landmark but it is notorious for its “Scarlet Walkway” connection the RPAC to the Physical Activity and Education Services building. The walkway adds a flow to building that allows students to go between the buildings without having to cause chaos on the sidewalks. The Scarlet walkway adds continuality to the façade of both buildings.”
Rainbowlight on a Door Jamb
From the archives- Ohio 2016
There’s nothing like light, refracted.
Rainbowlight on a door jamb via the dining room chandelier and a bit of sun coming in the front window.
Becky B has been Struck by Moonlight again as the #Januarylight challenge continues.
Shadow Trees in January Sunlight
Shooting into the sun. See the little green orb?
A rare blue sky day in Pittsburgh at the Park. Chilly but sunny.
Becky B #Januarylight challenge continues til the end of the month Today her post is Alight Together
And the blogger who alerted me to the JanuaryLight Challenge is Cee whose Streetlight with Sunlight can be seen here