Posts Tagged ‘light’
The sun shone bright late in the day. I did focus my camera at the sky at one point to see what affect on the clouds but in the end it was the light inside that caught my attention most. I was given this scarf by a friend several years ago. It had belonged to her grandmother. I don’t wear the scarf much anymore. I use it more for interior decoration in my work space at home. It is draped over books and old correspondence, all of which is a source of inspiration.
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Okay, I won’t lie … this was fun to create. 🙂
The icy patterns that form on the inside of the windows in the old house where I live. The first time this season. Now it feels like winter. 🙂
I asked a certain physicist to help me understand what happened in the sky near sunset in Copley Square. We discussed the interplay of light and shadow. How the sun below the horizon was illuminating the clouds from below. How the sharp line in the sky might result from shadows cast by something on the horizon. Then of course there were the clouds at different altitudes. Shorter wavelength blue light scattered out. Longer wavelength red light left behind. In the end all we could agree upon was that it was beautiful.
The sun set today in Boston at 4:27 pm.
Bright afternoon light on the Charles River.