Weekly Photo Challenge: Let There Be Light


Here is my offering for this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Let There Be Light.

I was waiting for a city cat (ferry) to go to the commercial area of Brisbane (Australia) and the light was very striking.

The pelican seemed to be enjoying the last of the sun’s warmth. As the sun went down, the clouds looked like they were on fire.

Enjoying the last sun-rays of the day.

Enjoying the last sun-rays of the day.

Clouds lit by the approaching sunset.

Clouds lit by the approaching sunset.

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24 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Let There Be Light

    • Hello Jane. Yes, I am lucky to live close to the Brisbane River, and traverse it regularly on a city cat (catamaran fleet run by the Brisbane City Council). It’s perfect for photos like you describe.
      I need to look some more around your blog — I haven’t posted for a while, and trying to fix that.
      Thank you for visiting and commenting – much appreciated.
      Kim

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  5. That light is wonderful. Those minutes, and also in the morning, before sunrise … unbeatable! The silhouette of the pelican is stunning. You could use that for some touristy brochure 🙂

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    • Thank you for your comments — I agree, mornings and just on sunset are the best times, especially where there is some water for reflections.

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