Weekly Photo Challenge: LIGHT

Light is the source of many things.

For instance, light, especially red light, can signal excitement, adventure, danger:

Fire Truck, Portland

But light, especially soft yellow light, can also mean serenity. Isn’t this as inviting a nook as you can imagine? Take a book out of the library’s nearby stacks and curl up for an hour or two:

Window Nook, Forbes Library

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8 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: LIGHT

  1. Jen Payne says:

    I love the look of soft yellow light through windows. It ALWAYS makes me want to read. Like that photo of the library!

  2. I’d love to have a room for a library one day!


    • Touch2Touch says:

      This isn’t ours, of course. It’s a corner off the main reading room (almost cavernous as a smallish local library goes) of the Forbes Library in Northampton. But they managed to make it seem like anyone’s own living room!
      Where is your favorite corner for reading?

      • I know it’s not your room (although wouldn’t that be nice) but it made me think of having my own library. Any corner is my favorite for reading but I have “my” chair in the living room.

      • Touch2Touch says:

        About “dedicated” libraries —
        I have to confess that even though we have a very small room that is one (and people who visit love to sit there), that isn’t where I choose to read! (To my own surprise, perhaps.)
        Bed — in or on top of, depending on the time of day — is where I usually end up!

  3. Stef says:

    Great contrasts in your images!

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Thanks, Stef!
      For some reason what popped into my head just now was the kid’s game from a thousand years ago, Red Light. I think that was it’s name — call was “Red light, green light, one two three” —
      But no green light here.

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