** Note! I scheduled this post a week ago, and completely forgot. After a week of hype and build up, I happily woke up to snow! Photos later 🙂 **
It was such a pleasure to have a little time at home, to get the house in order, to take care of some business details, and to visit with a few friends. As the day progressed, I couldn’t help but be distracted by the light.
Thanks for your patience as I share the results of playing with the light.
I love the quality of light at this time of year and your photos capture it’s nature beautifully! Are you in the crosshairs of this storm? We won’t get any of it at all!
We had about a foot of snow, but my sister outside DC is over 20 inches and it’s still falling!
Are you too far west?
So beautiful how the light changes over the course of the day!
I agree and it’s such a soft, lovely light, too.
We tend to take the light for granted and it’s just wonderful. Great photos. 🙂
Thank you, and I’m so glad you understand what drew me to take these images
It’s always a pleasure to check in and see what you are up too. Beautiful photographs!
Hello Deborah. So good to hear from you, and I hope all is well with you!
I think morning light is my favourite … although that might be simply a reflection of being a morning person.
Your photos capture the light so beautifully. The 2nd photo is my favourite with the light on the leaves and the rich contrast of sun and shadow in the background.
Thank you, Joanne. So glad you love the morning light as well. I like that second one too, especially because of the shadow.
Winter light is so beautiful and your photos have shown that so perfectly! It’s a perfect time to get that light catcher hung in a window somewhere 🙂 xoxo
Yes! I spent all day (literally) working on Continuing Education Units and am participating in a teleconference as I type this, but after that, perhaps I can relocate it. I actually think that the window it is in front of now is a good place; I just need to rearrange it slightly.
Well, we’re getting a boatload of snow today and tomorrow! I do like the way African violet leaves catch and reflect light. I watch my own and recognized yours in them.
Lisa, I know you are getting a ton of snow. My sister, in Fairfax, measured 20 inches this morning, so you must be there or more by now. I’m hoping you are safe, warm, and still have power!
All good so far. Only 14 here, but it’s still snowing like crazy.
I love seeing your African violets, Laurie. The light is wonderful. I’m glad you could stop between errands and chores to capture the moments. You make it look easy.
They bloomed so beautifully this year, Alys.
We are both happy this week … you have rain; I have snow 🙂
Isn’t it grand? xo
I can see why you were distracted! Enjoy the snow tomorrow.
How are you doing, Mae? You all are getting a bunch of snow, too, right?
Hello Derrick. Hoping to take a visit to your blog in a bit!
You’re a day-dreamer, easily distorted by the wonder that is, ‘a day at home’. It’s no wonder why I adore you as I do. I’ve always admired your chandelier in the sunroom, like Lifesavers in the sun. What a difference a few days make hey?
lol, spell check said you were easily ‘distorted’ not me…..gah! Distracted !!
That morning light hits me right in the heart. You’ve captured it well.
Feeling the fun of your playful light!