Six Word Saturday: Caught in the glowing afternoon light

A brief shaft of light noticed….grabbed the camera just in time:

Linked to Six Word Saturday here


  1. Gorgeous flowers. Beautifully framed.

  2. Lovely! 🙂 🙂 My Christmas lilies bit the dust yesterday but the poinsettia is glowing. Happy 1st Saturday in the New Year, Sue!

  3. Happy New Year, Sue!
    Yes, natural frames always look more impressive!

  4. Beautiful Sue, reminds me of flowers in church with the light from a window 🙂 Lynne

  5. Well done Sue. Good job your camera was handy! Wishing you a bright and floral Saturday

  6. That worked well, Sue. Proves that you always have to have the camera ready!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. A great composition, i see it like an open window to 2018 ! Full of light and flowers, maybe what we hope to be flourishing and lighting…
    Happy New Year ! 🙂

  8. And how convenient the flowers just happened to be in the right place #serendipity 🙂

  9. I love it when a moment like this happens and I can capture it. Usually the moment is just that, a mere moment. Lovely shot.


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