I have to say I’m rather pleased with this offering for Paula’s Black & White Sunday. The theme is ‘light’, and there are several interpretations of it here. The photograph was taken up at the allotment in a break from clearing winter weeds. This electricity pole stands slap in the middle of the back boundary fence, and for some reason I find it rather fascinating.
Please visit Paula at Lost in Translation to see her intriguing lamp-lit composition along with inspirational soundtrack from Keith Jarrett – a real Sunday treat.
20 thoughts on “Let There Be Light!”
Tish, you have two very different sorts or sources of light here and they both come across well in B&W
I adore your quirky interpretation. Composition and contrasts are brilliant, and that light from the sky. Artificial or natural, you’ve proved many times that you have mastered light.
Great image for the challenge, Tish! Well done. 🙂
We have a similar electricity pole behind the allotments in Cley too. I find it fascinating. One day it will be history, one more reason to ban it on a photo. Lovely take on the challenge, Tish.
That is a unique and interesting take on the prompt. Good show!
Love the way the light plays in this one.
Thank you, Andrew.
Yes it’s a striking image!
Excellent captured… 🙂
Cheers, Drake 🙂
I love the juxtaposition – just the sky light probably wouldn’t work, although in your magician’s hands it just might.
I love the composition and the wonderful lighting in your image.
Thank you, Charlie.
fiat lux! indeed! 🙂
Good composition Tish and it has many interpretations of the theme in one photo