Day 17 - Let Your Light So Shine



Bright and sunny in the upper 70s today. The hubs suggested we get out and enjoy it and possibly help me find a picture for today. This out of commission lighthouse was my subject of choice.

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." Matthew 5:16 (KJV)

18 comments:

tchesney said...

I love everything about this...just beautiful!

Kimberly said...

Gorgeous!

And oh how I long for temps in the 70s! :)

Tracy said...

I love photos of old buildings. I need to give my self a little nudge to venture out into the tundra and capture some old buildings in the snow. Beautiful!

Bek said...

I love how the light shines. Lighthouses always make for great photo ops:)

Bobbi Dunn said...

Imagine living in a house with a huge light above you - and on the beach, too! AND in the 70's. I remember days with 70 degrees but it's been awhile.

Noel said...

love this post and the verse that goes along with it :)

Mel said...

I love photographing lighthouses. Unfortunatly I live more than 700 mi. away from any. Where is this one, it is beautiful.

lsvejda said...

Beautiful photo and beautiful verse.

Amy said...

Love this!

snappingblind said...

I like how the building is set on an angle. Lovely shot.

longneys said...

Great capture! Looks like a great place to visit. Glad you and your husband were able to take some time to explore and enjoy each others company.

Julie McLeod said...

This is just so pretty, Misty. It is so nice that your husband takes an interest in your photography. Do you mind sharing the location of this light?

Misty said...

tchesney - Thanks! You are so kind.

Tracy - Old buildings in the snow are gorgeous. Since we don't
get any snow here, I would have to drive to the mountains for such a capture.

Julie - I just sent you an e-mail.

gottaluvboyz said...

Love this...beautiful!

Clara said...

A beautiful lighthouse. The soft light makes for very nice muted colors. Thanks for the scriptures, also.

Branson said...

What a wonderful, clear shot!

dspec01 said...

A beautifully composed and processed shot.

BobbieCoughlin said...

The vignette acts as a perfect frame and keeps the sky from being blown out.