I love how you capture your days :)
It's beginning to look cool over your way ... even the night lights are shivering :-)
So true! Love how you've captured the light at each time of day.
What brilliant day of images! I'm a candles-in-the-morning kind of gal too. :o) Thank you for sharing your moments, Elk ((HUGS))
I'm sending another comment because I don't think the first one went through..Life is so beautiful and you capture it so well!
Your morning candle image looks like comfort and peace.
wow...that's it...time for me to try some night shots cause that is totally cool....
my seven weeks of holidays begin from tomorrow afternoon and i intend to do just that - capture life with my camera.
i like these images of your day - from soothing candlelight to busy city lights
gorgeous golds in each shot
oh my, as i was opening your blog i was thinking i should change my lens and take my camera with me when i leave.
I like the earlier comment about the lights at night shivering ... you catch the moments in such unique ways with your photos and words
so very beautiful!!!
what a different and unique way to record a day .... our days are really quite full aren't they?
Oh how I love this...you captured the essence of each part of the day beautifully.
This is just soooo fun ELK!
Bring your camera..that's the key!(I may have to do a morning noon night post one of these days!)
I don't know how you do it. I always feel so at peace when I come here.
Always. I always try to remember the camera.Glad you do, too.
i really enjoyed looking through your lens at different points in your day:)
I love the noon shot - I see you are still getting beautiful autumn colours.
There is a clock in the sky and your camera to capture its movements. Again, this is fabulous and I wish I'd had the camera sitting next to me just now -a squirrel was trying quite hard to get in through the glass doors, then gone.:) Debi
Don't only bring your camera. Charge the battery. I learned that one the hard way!
what a beautiful glow that candle brings.lovely post
ohhh yes never leave without it :)
Such a simple post, but so compelling. Nice work, Elk. (And I know what Mrs. E means. . . I left my spare fully charged batteries in the tour van at Queen Hapshepsut's Temple and my camera died after only about a dozen shots. The time schedule was too tight to walk back to get them. So don't only charge your spare batteries, keep them with you.)
How true, we should always have one with us...and use it. That's my problem, I keep forgetting to pull it out.
isn't it beautiful to freeze the different colors, shadows, and moods at different times of day with the help of a camera... simple images and words, so so much to capture...
love it! :)
I do. And you know what, I'm wishing, really wishing, for a better one. Soon!
i can't tell you how much i love that last shot!!!! it's way cool. so my kind of photo! can i put it on shhhh???i've also been meaning to tell you how much i like your new profile picture. very pretty.
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