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
See the Leg Lamplight in a Neighbor’s Window.
Becky B. host of the #JanuaryLight challenge stopped by and left some good words.
Watch for a mention in her upcoming Second Gallery 😀
Not my house, but it is so inviting and the candles are flickering along the sidewalk.
And yes, that is the moon up at the top of the photo.
I’m proposing our January squares are filled with words ending in light that means one or more of the following; sunlight, floodlights, firelight, skylights, candlelight, sidelights, starlight, footlights, moonlight, streetlights, torchlight, taillights, gaslight, headlights, or, as I have today, twilight – whether that be the astronomical, nautical or civil twilight. And feel free to find your own _____light, there are more than 50 words which end in light!
The Tulip Tree out front was slow to change color this year. Liriodendron is in the Magnolia family
l’m told they grow up to sixty feet tall, which I probably won’t see, but it’s a lovely tree.
I lost my 90+ year old Sycamore in 2002. I’d gotten a second opinion that it had to be taken down. a living thing that had come to the end of its life. I filled out a request for a new tree and the city planted this one.
It’s growing straight up it seems to me. The sky was blue today and made a perfect backdrop for the changing leaves.
The tree today
The tree on Tuesday
Lovely shaped leaves two weeks ago.