(A Wrap-up of Squares in January)
In her first Squares Photo Challenge for 2020, Becky asked us to find our
I chose to focus on Sunlight and over the course of the month, I shared . . .
Photos that were taken at sunrise.
(As was my featured image captured at Dolphin Point, New South Wales.)
And lots of photos that were taken at sunset.
Some sunsets were captured on the west or south coasts . . .
A couple were captured on the east coast . . .
And others were captured elsewhere.
I found other ‘_____light’ to share that had nothing to do with the Sun rising or setting.
(Or did they?)
Some photos showed rays of light – or hope.
I even had a few photos I considered . . . but . . .
. . . they didn’t make the cut.
Although, the Moon did 🌕
I even included some bonus squares (and a Solar Eclipse).
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And I had a wonderful time discovering all the Sunlight in my archives.
I even delighted in sharing some of my all-time favourites over the last five days.
And I cannot forget to mention that back on Day 18,
I squared-off and shared a photo I can scarcely believe I took.
(Though not today – sorry Becky)
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It has been a pleasure, once again, be part of all the fun.
Thank you, Becky, for being a fantastic challenge host.
This is my last entry in Becky’s Square in January photo challenge _____light.
(But the next challenge is only two months away.)
I’ll be taking a few days off while I’m busy with work and gardening.
And yes, I’ll take my camera with me when I step into my garden.