Blind-light

Time for me to take a leaf out of Becky and Jo’s book, and invent hyphenated words! I’m quite pleased with this image, I think it has a painterly quality:

Linked to January light at Becky’s here

 

 

48 comments

  1. Yes, some great light and shadow, Sue

  2. How very dare you, woman? I trust you are referring to my good self 🙂 🙂 But I DO like the image! Reminds me of one I took of the light through our bathroom curtains but it probably won’t make the cut on here. I mean, how many people do I want peering into my bathroom?

  3. Lovely! I now have tickets for my London journey. Sunday 16th, p.m.? Or possibly the Monday?

  4. A strong dynamic image Sue with those deep shadows.

  5. Yay the hyphenated behaviour is spreading! And what fabulous light, colour and shadows you have delighted us.

  6. Clever title. I was hyphenating words together on day one.

  7. Love the atmosphere created here, Sue, as well as the painterly tones.

  8. I agree with the painterly thought. You are doing well with the low winter sun at the moment, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  9. Beautiful light and shadow, Sue. Nicely done.

  10. Works for me, Sue. 🙂

    janet

  11. Love the gargoyle in the upper left!

  12. Yep a bathroom light is a new challenge within a challenge. I don’t have curtains though 😀 😀

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