Weekly Photo Challenge: Light

When it comes to photography, I’m probably as much of a novice as you can get, but that doesn’t stop me from enjoying taking pictures! After seeing what the challenge was for this week, I thought it would be fun to take part, because I happened to have taken some photos that worked for the “light” theme just the other day.

It was March 30th when I looked out my bedroom window and saw snow gently falling from the sky. I was so excited! You see, I love snow. Always have, always will. I sat by my window for a minute to soak up the beauty before it was gone. It was a very light snow, so I didn’t think it would continue for long. And I certainly wasn’t expecting the lovely snow to stick to the ground. But it did! Later that day, when I took my dog Monty out for jaunt around the yard, the snow was heavier and falling faster to meet the ground below. I was so pleased that it was turning into a snow day, most likely our last of the season, so I took my camera out to capture the day.


I like seeing the change of color in the snow from white by day to blueish by night.



I love the look of snow when it rests ever so gently on branches.


I really liked the way the street light looks behind the tree branches.







I hope these brought a little bit of brightness into your day!



2 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Light

  1. Awww It looks freezing!:)
    It is so nice to view the same place at different time of the day! In the morning, it looks fantastic, as the picture reminds me of the movie Narnia!! 🙂 At night, the atmosphere looks chanting, especially with lights on! 😀

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