Let There Be Light

Saturday, June 13, 2009


Like many photographers I often rely on luck rather than skill. Being at the right place at the right time, etc. As I was walking through the Olympia Masonic Center I couldn't help but admire the ray of light across these markers. I admit I missed yesterday's photo. Sorry, it couldn't be helped. I guess there's nothing to do but pick up and keep going. I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend. We are going to head north to spend the day in Seattle tomorrow. There certainly are plenty of opportunities for good photos there.

6 comments

  1. Perfect capture. gotta take the shot when ya can.
    Have a good day in Seattle. Head up to everett and visit their 'Sorticulture' at Legion Park. All kinds of garden goodies. MB

  2. AB Says:

    Oh yes, in the large version of the photo "Catherine Moore" is bathed in golden sunshine.

  3. Yes, very well done. Divine light.

  4. Thanks everyone.
    MB: I'd like to see that one of these days. Today it's the Pike Place Market, The Crab Pot and who knows what else. :)

  5. Abe Lincoln Says:

    Your ray of light on the markers is like things that happen in the early morning and late evening when I try to take most of my photos. Sometimes there is just a tiny bit of light that strikes the bird or the flower and then that is what I focus on. This is an excellent photograph for all the right reasons.

  6. tapirgal Says:

    This is very beautiful. What is it they say about opportunity being luck combined with planning? You were ready with the camera!

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