A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Light
When I think of this word I see sunlight, the hour of soft light for photographers and dramatic lightning effects, black and white and soft moonlight. I then move onto light as in weight – feathers, seeds, pollen, blossom – light enough to be carried by the wind. I think of fire and flames that lighten the dark nights, children playing light-heartedly, and happiness in terms of light of spirit.
What does light mean to you?
Every week I will dip into my old English Oxford dictionary and pick a word on the page that it falls open at. The challenge is to post a photograph, poem, story – whatever the genre you like best to describe of what that word means to you.
Please link back to my challenge page so others can take part if they wish. Because I really enjoy the posts of bloggers who pick up the gauntlet and because they are so good and many have put so much effort into them I am also going to reblog some of the participants entries each week to share with you. Now please remember to add a tag ‘A Word A Week Challenge’ to your post so I don’t miss anyone’s post.
Here are some of my favourite ‘light’ photographs.