ALL SEASONS – LIGHT COMING THROUGH

With my heartfelt thanks to your beautiful, interesting, and witty post of last week!

In case the rumor of a blackout will materialize, All Seasons will not have a post the 2nd Sunday/ Still would love your comments:)

 

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THIS WEEK

 

Love the light coming through, especially a
in a big hall like this in San Francisco

 

A huge art installation looking like lace,
wrapping itself like a wave around a building

 

Crocker Gallery in the business district in San Francisco

 

Not only light, but also fresh air coming through
this ceiling of the Botanical building at Balboa Park,
San Diego.

Can you tell, I love the light!
Do you like much light, or filtered light?

 

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44 thoughts on “ALL SEASONS – LIGHT COMING THROUGH

  1. What do you mean there are rumors of a blackout? Is that common in Texas? I’m hoping you will explain… Nice architextural photos, wish I could travel there, safely…

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  2. The first photo looks very much like the roof over the atrium in Denver’s entertainment complex. Light is even more precious in winter. Thankfully Colorado is a sunshine state with over 300 days of sunshine.

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  3. Oh these are impressive dearest Jesh! I really like the feeling of an airconditioned hall (especially here in the tropics) but still makes use of nurturing natural light just like these halls you shared! Aside from it’s saving energy, it gives a feeling of freedom and outbursts! Happy new year dearest Jesh, hope it’s not yet late to greet you but I’m just so happy to be back to blogging after more than a month! Hope the Texas winter is not too harsh. I know it doesn’t snow much there but I also know it can get real cold.

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    1. Oh, thank God, you are still alive! Do you always take an long extended break in December/January? I didn’t know what to think, not hearing in so long from you, but I am happy you are still in blog land! The winter here is not harsh, but sine I have been used so long to a wood stove, which burns much higher than central heat, I have been dressed like it’s the Artics here, lol! So, how are things on your end? Am curious.

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  4. I love those architectural pics. As a photographer I am always seeing light and the way it plays on things and the shadows that are created. Have a great week, stay safe, and thanks again for the link up.

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    1. Thank you, Jill. Yes, you are great in making use of light patterns – I remember that from some posts last summer:) It makes life and also our pics much more interesting, eh?

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    1. Thank you! What would we as artists do without different light conditions, Yvette? Am thankful that God created the sun, so we can have sun and shadow, and different moods, etc.

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  5. We too have the sunrise over the lake, visible from all the windows in the rear of the house. As the sun intensifies we usually close the blinds to lessen the need for air conditioning. After noontime, we can open them up and enjoy deep shade outside under a blue sky, my favorite kind of light.

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  6. Wonderful that it is moving towards brighter times!
    Think filtered light is for me, a northerner with sensitive skin.
    /Irene

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    1. Irene, I know your “problem”, because Hubby has it. It was not possible to go to the beach without getting a painful sunburn. Now, we only walk on the beach:)

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  7. Your photos are stunning Jesh! At the moment I lead a very restricted life, so not much of interesting new photos. Happy Sunday.

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  8. Dearest Jesh,
    LOVE the light and we searched for a property where we could build with the kitchen bay window area in the morning sun. Provided the sun is out; not on all 365 days of course but it is the BEST start for the day with breakfast in the sun!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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