Absolutely. Love the light at this time of year.
I always love your pictures, but this has to be one of the best sets yet.The connection between dark and light is in my mind at the moment, too.
It took me ages to figure the third picture. Clever and beautiful x
Your eye for light and shade is absolutely A1,
Love your collection of sea glass. But no, mustn't start one. Something else for the children to cope with once I'm deceased, and there's quite enough already. But...
You truly have a gift for storytelling, Lucille, in both pictures and words.
I too, am fond of chiaroscuro. When the westering sun filters through the blinds of the sitting room window and the shadows of birch leaves tremble against the wall, I am touched with a sense of joy. Your photo of the moonlit night is haunting.
Lucille, my response to these fine photographs would to be to add color to the theme. Each of the pictures has subtle color as an ingredient. And I am reminded of some of what I tried to achieve via mezzotints.xo
Good to have both indeed. I have been especially enjoying the light this last week.
Light becomes more and more precious as mid-winter approaches.
Breathtaking photos, especially the second one. I'm a big fan of shadows.