Thursday, December 20, 2012

Light and Brown

I took a walk on Saturday afternoon up to the top of the biggest hill here in town, fittingly called Summit Ave. I thought I would get good views into Boston, but the angle of the hill wasn't right. but the light coming through the trees was too good to pass up for some photos. 
Then I stumbled upon a dried out hydrangea basked in the setting sun, so pretty. 
It was a nice reminder, that even in these season where most living things have turned brown, there is still beauty all around. 
Little by Little

18 thoughts on the matter:

Tina´s PicStory said... {Reply}

wonderful pics! you captured the light perfect :)

Pieni Lintu said... {Reply}

Lovely colors!

Nicky @ Awesomeville.co.uk said... {Reply}

Gorgeous shots and great lighting!

Nancy Claeys said... {Reply}

How wonderful to stumble upon the hydrangeas. Lovely Tamar!

Kim C. said... {Reply}

This light is yummy, golden, and hazy! The light coming through the branches is wonderful. Glad you stopped to capture it.

Adrienne said... {Reply}

I have to say that I LOVE the beauty at this time of year...the subtle color, the tones of beige and brown, the trees silhouetted against the sky! These are beautiful - the light was a gift, and you captured it so well!

tiarastantrums said... {Reply}

Sounds like you had a nice afternoon walk! The wind and rain around these parts would have destroyed that flower!

Cindy P said... {Reply}

Great photos!! That light is wonderful. =) What a great walk you had for sure!

Pride In Photos said... {Reply}

The gold hydrangeas are so yummy!!!! What fun you are having...
Laurie

The Artful Diva said... {Reply}

The first photo showing the sun shining through the tree tops is fabulous - good reminder to look up once in a while!

Deanna said... {Reply}

I love hydrangeas when they turn this lovely golden color...you have captured them beautifully!!

bailey-road.com said... {Reply}

Lovely hydrangeas!

Leanne Barnett said... {Reply}

Beautiful light, worth the walk up that hill.

YolandaR said... {Reply}

These are all wonderful, but that last is is just amazing!

Melissa Bliss Rich said... {Reply}

Gorgeous pics!! That light is devine.

renae said... {Reply}

Tamar! lovely and very artistic of you. :D

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

Oh the haze & glow- SO BEAUTIFUL!!!! I'm glad you decided to look beyond the view & capture all those other lovely sights

Jeannette StG said... {Reply}

Never saw a dried hydrangia - dried they have that antique appearance!