The touch of light

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Susan Case, a photography friend, challenged us to walk into the dark and bring a flash light with us.

What a challenge and what fun shots!

Paying little attention to the midst, I had at first glance decided to “trash” this photo.

After studying this a bit longer, I saw what initially drew me to the place.  It was a very quiet, empty ball park. Once I started to look closer I could almost hear voices of kids playing baseball.  There is a story here. I just had to take a moment and listen.

A reflection? No… it could be a fairy.

Hope you are finding the beauty around you this week.

Hugs!

 

 

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August 7, 2011 at 9:12 pm | dreamy | 5 comments

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5 responses to “The touch of light”

  1. Claudie says:

    Your touch of light is true delight : )
    I’m not ignoring you sweet friend of mine. The girls just left Sat. night. I’ve been cleaning and washing and just trying to get back to normal. I’m trying to post, but I’m just not sure where to start. YES, we had an AMAZING time. You would have been in heaven with these girls. Everything was PERFECT.
    Now I’m stressing about my trip to Asheville. I’m not sure about flying in, about those swaps I’ve signed up for, and the whole thing, but I’m not cancelling out, I promise.
    Watch for my post today or tomorrow.
    LOVE YOU
    LOVE ME
    xoxoxoxoxo

  2. Porch Days says:

    Very interesting pictures. Mist and light beams always make good photos. Love the close up of the flower with the light on it. Nancy

  3. Deanna says:

    Love the image with the flashlight…I did that one night when I couldn’t sleep, but I wasn’t thrilled with it. I needed a tripod and was way too lazy to get it. The misty images are gorgeous…!!

  4. Sue says:

    You were so correct in filing these photos under the tite, “dreamy.” They are gorgeous. And that second shot is just so ethereal…. And fairies- Why couldn’t they exist?! hugs, Sue

  5. Claudia,

    Love the ball field and I can hear the echoes of boys (now men) and the crowd cheering them on to victory.

    Your Friend,
    Deborah

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