Wednesday, February 5, 2014

When the Light is Right

Have you ever seen the light angling into your room and just need to grab your camera and capture the sparkle?  That happened on a crisp winter morning in my kitchen.  The light seemed to target my wooden compote filled with floats and powder horns and to illuminate my mache elephant.

The light through the green float painted one of the powder horns.

As the angle changed, the light sliced across the wall.

I was mesmerized by the brightness that morning.  I actually only had my old point and shoot to use. 
  I had dropped my good camera and was waiting for a new lens.  I'm glad I gave it a try anyway.


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