Word a Week photo challenge : Light (2)

Adelaide botanic gardens tropical hot house

Adelaide botanic gardens tropical hot-house

 

Let there be light...

Let there be light…

 

When I saw this weeks word challenge from Skinnywench in her blog “A word in your ear” I immediately remembered the moment when the sprinklers came on in the tropical rainforest hot-house in the Adelaide botanic gardens. It is a sight and moment in time that will be forever imprinted in my memory.

I think these photos capture that transcendent, ethereal beauty of pure light.

 

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Categories: A word a week challenge, light, photography | Tags: , , | 21 Comments

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21 thoughts on “Word a Week photo challenge : Light (2)

  1. These are amazing shots.

  2. Reblogged this on A Word in Your Ear and commented:
    memories are made of this has taken the word a week photo challenge – light and come up trumps with these lovely photos

  3. I love how you captured the light.

  4. What beautiful photos!

  5. Your blog looks beautiful! Thanks

  6. Pure magic! That’s what sunbeams and moonbeams mean to me!
    Your photos capture the moment beautifully!

  7. Beautiful shots … I love the suns rays shining thru … Its such a magickal occassion 🙂

  8. Stunning shots. Absolutely gorgeous.

  9. beautiful!

  10. Truly great photo … love the idea of hot house .. and more light – up here in the North is it total darkness just after 3pm. Thanks for this beauty.

  11. Absolutely stunning photographs!

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