weekly photo challenge : illumination

There are so many ways to illustrate illumination. I wish I could get a picture of Kush now. She is basking in the light from the family room lamp as though it were the sun. But back to the challenge. Here are my  photos to illuminate your day.

church candles

dome ceiling at law building

lights at law building

restaurant lighting

sun on Ranchos church

The church votive candles were found in the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The next two photos were taken in Osgoode Hall, the law society building in Toronto, Ontario.  The interesting hanging display is in Notable Restaurant in Calgary, Alberta. Hanging in with the simple light bulbs are glass transformers from old telephone poles. An illuminating idea to be sure. The last photo shows the San Francisco de Asis Mission Church in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico. The big sky source of illumination illuminates the church as it sets. Where would we be without illumination? Oh, I know – in the dark!

Be sure to check out other challenge photos here.

30 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge : illumination

  1. Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.


  2. These photos are beautiful!


  3. Thanks for the follow, Terri. I know I am going to enjoy following yours as well.


  4. I could almost smell the candles!


  5. I love looking at lighted candles. They give me feeling of serenity. 🙂


  6. Stunning photos… 🙂


  7. Such a lovely array of pictures. Love the softness of the setting sun photo.


  8. Beautiful photos of the inside of the church.


  9. As usual you taken wonderful photographs.Thank you.


    1. Thanks to you for commenting, Ranu. Have a good week-end!


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