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The sun was setting producing that wonderful bright low light that spills into the living room through my rippled window. I sat across the room peering through that window.  I happened to have my camera set to black and white. As I contemplated whether or not there was something to photograph as the light faded away, I noticed how that light outlined and framed the nearby floor lamp. That is the origin of this picture.

And if you’re not familiar with my rippled window reference, you can view some of the images I’ve taken via this link. Enjoy.

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at the bottom of the window this morning

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That is the oak tree in the background, its canopy thinning so that the morning light shines through the bedroom window in the most interesting of ways.  Why photograph a spot of light on a window frame? I don’t know but I was drawn to do it, and thankful that I could.

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Today I did something that I haven’t done in a long time.  I sat in the sun on my narrow window seat and had a cup of tea.  I looked out the window admiring sunlight on water droplets — droplets that just yesterday were patches of ice and snow.

On the window sill sat rolled up blinds, taken down for the winter.  In the quiet, I could study the beauty of shapes and forms to be found in even the most mundane of objects.

It felt good … though I did have to take a moment to remind/convince myself that taking such moments is good for the body, the soul, the creative spirit and the career.  😉

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