Today I have the honor of serving as guest host for the Lens-Artist Photo Challenge. The prompt this week is glowing moments.
One of my earliest memories is of me sitting cross-legged in a darkened closet, awestruck by the glow cast from a jarful of lightning bugs. Though I don’t have pictures of that magical moment, I have captured many glowing moments since then.
A High Desert sunset glows with fiery colors.
While the rising moon shines in subdued tones.
Purple lupine flowers shine on a cool spring morning.
While yellow prickly pear cactus flowers absorb and radiate the warmth of summer.
A woman’s gentle smile glows in a room full of cool, blue lights.
While a young boy beams a smile on a warm sunlit day.
Pale fireworks cascade and scatter across dark skies.
While I gaze in awe at their fleeting light, like the lightning bugs of long ago.
Looking forward to your glowing moments
What glowing moments have been special in your life? Please share them in the comments. I’m looking forward to your interpretations of this prompt! 😀
Many thanks to the regular team of Tina, Donna, Patti, Sofia, Amy, John, Anne, and Ann-Christine and the many guest hosts of this challenge. Your thoughtful prompts have inspired so many of us to share magical moments we have captured with our various lenses.
Special thanks to Donna, of Wind Kisses, for her “It’s Tricky” prompt last week. Many of you came up with fun “tricky” photos, including reflections, double exposures, artistic effects, changing the lighting, and offering a different perspective. It’s great to think outside the box sometimes.
Next week, Tina, of Travels and Trifles, will offer the prompt so be sure to visit her site and see her amazing photos.
Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #244—Glowing moments