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Tag Archives: light and dark
“Cultivate balance. After all, there’s no such thing as a shadow without the involvement of light.” – Erica Alex
The late afternoon Winter sun has a golden glow about it. I was walking through the forest behind our home and saw this on the ground. Sometimes beauty lies at our feet. I often find that looking down has rewards … Continue reading
The Wintry light and shadow in the English landscape is magnificent to behold. The contrast can be extremely sharp. It’s both beautiful and a little ominous. This was the view from our backyard at 4pm today. I was entranced by … Continue reading
The ordinary in our homes reflecting balance, beauty and presence.
A park in Colchester. The morning light in this scene fascinated me. I tried capturing it and I felt it came out well.
We were in the bush again on Sunday and came across this little scene. It was calling out to be photographed. I’ve taken shots like these quite often. For me these little scenes of light and dark always accentuate the … Continue reading