Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #138 – Natural Light

Remember: Always walk in the light. And if you feel like you’re not walking in it, go find it. Love the light. – Roberta Flack

This week, Amy’s beautiful challenge inspires us to explore natural light. In photography, light is everything. And for this week’s challenge, I’m offering you a gallery of images with some of my favourite natural lights. No sunrises and no sunsets though…

Light in Nature creates the movement of colors. – Robert Delaunay

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After a short walk by the sea, the late evening clouds opened up for a dramatic sky.
An autumn evening. Driving home, I noticed the colourful sky behind me, stopped and made it stay with me for ever.
A similar sky, but much warmer, with the clouds mimicking the dunes. Compare the two of them, and you will see the hues are completely different.
I love backlit, and light shining through petals, clouds or cloth. This piece of art reminded me of my camping days.
Soon the beloved wood anemonies will be here…carpeting our forest floor.
Backlit berries in my garden – in the middle of the day.
Magical light through heavy clouds – a favourite catch.
And right now, I would love to just sail away on a soft, warm night…and into the sunset…

I hope you’ll join Amy and the rest of us this week as we explore natural light. I’m looking forward to your posts and your inspiration!

Last week my LAPC#137: Soft challenge gave us the chance to see all your diverse, fun, and beautiful interpretations – and there were many smiles and much loveliness. Thank you!

Next week, Tina will lead the challenge, so please stop by Travels and Trifles and join the fun on Saturday, March 13th at noon. 

71 reaktioner på ”Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #138 – Natural Light

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  3. The captures from your garden are truly wonderful, along with all those gorgeous sky captures 🙂
    Can I add this post for my next episode of Weekend Sky challenge?

  4. The anemones and berries are lovely- you do Macro so well!- but that shaft of light through the clouds is a show stopper, Ann-Christine. A WOW moment 🙂 🙂

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  6. Oh no, Ann-Christine! These images are beautiful and stunning. You put a big smile on my face today, for sure! The magical light shot is lingering in my mind…among the others. I hope you find plenty of sunshine and beautiful light this week!

  7. It never ceases to amaze me that sky colors can change so quickly, especially in the golden and blue hours, but also during the day as cloud patterns deflect the light.

    Sunbeams shining through clouds are often spectacular, as is the example you chose to share here.

  8. Beautiful pictures Ann Christine, the berries , the magical light through the clouds , the fields , the sky. So difficult to pick out a favourite. Amazing examples of light. Fantastic all the way to the end.

  9. Since I have, for the most part, spent the past year looking inward and closely at life… it felt liberating to step into your big, naturally lit compositions. Looking forward to those larger spaces💕Thank you, Ann-Christine, for the glorious perspectives.
    ~Jane

  10. My heart at this moment seems to turn away from the dark and the clouds however beautiful they appear on the photo . . . methinks some simple red currants backlit seem to reach out their lusciousness and colour . . . . . .

  11. Your images are always wonderful Ann-Christine, and these are no exception. Your closing image and thought truly drew me in to your world. And of course your beautiful skies and beloved flowers. Honestly the entire post is like poetry. I loved it.

  12. A very beautiful selection, AC. The backlit is amazing. the sky of the first image is like a painting on canvas. I love all of them!

  13. Hmm, difficult to pick a favorite out of these beauties, but what attracted me about the first shot was the interesting angle of the trees. I also found the piece of art fascinating with its view of trees. Of course the backlit berries are just lovely.

    janet

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