Sunday, November 17, 2013

Song-ography: Light up the world

I see...
bright blessed days...
 and dark sacred nights...

Light.

It struck me as I stood amongst throngs of children in a house at Plymouth Plantation, beneath these stunning beams of lights, that if not for the light, we'd be unable to see the amazing objects around us - we would simply be in a world of darkness.

And [suddenly] I think to myself...what a wonderful world...

16 thoughts on the matter:

Debbie said... {Reply}

gorgeous...creative, light always makes me smile!!

LOVED this!!

Nancy Claeys said... {Reply}

Very cool -- must have been quite an experience.

Stephanie said... {Reply}

As always, Tamar, your photography and thoughts are excellent. Lovely post.

Kathy McB said... {Reply}

Wow, the strength of these beams reminds me of a flood light or a beacon! Quite amazing. Thanks for joining in on Song-ography.

Nicki said... {Reply}

Great way to remind us how powerful light is and what a wonderful world we live on to benefit from its strength.

Adrienne said... {Reply}

Even more standing in a place where it was natural light...or a little bit of candle light. I love stepping back in time, or taking a child/person to see something for the first time because it seems to open my eyes and heart to new perspectives!

Susan said... {Reply}

It's all about the light. Always. Really cool photo. I think I prefer the color version. Plymouth Plantation. Haven't been there since I was nine. MIght be time to go back. Bet there were some great photo ops.

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

WOW- love this Tamar. Incredible!

Ida said... {Reply}

Super interpretation. Loving the beams of light. Reminds me that without the Lord (the ultimate source of light) the world would also be in darkness. It is a wonderful world.

Patti G said... {Reply}

Whoa - some pretty deep thoughts there Tamar.
Amazing, simple, yet deep thoughts.
LOVE them!

Kim said... {Reply}

That is amazing light! Love that!

Lisa RedWillow said... {Reply}

That light is amazing and so very very incredible

The Artful Diva said... {Reply}

I am way behind - and playing catch up. I hope you are enjoying a wonderful weekend!

Carletta said... {Reply}

Is that through a thatched roof?
A strong beam of light perhaps giving hope.

Lmkazmierczak said... {Reply}

Love the beams of light captured here♫ Have wonder-filled week♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/zzzz/

edenhills said... {Reply}

What a great take on the prompt. If it weren't for that light we wouldn't be able to appreciate all the beauty (and history) around us.