Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #162 – It’s all about the Light

For this challenge our host Tina has asked us to explore the magic of light.

To help celebrate this week’s anniversary of America’s National Parks I am focusing on images from three of the National Parks we have visited.

Sunrise in the Everglades is always a special event. The following images were captured at sunrise from the Flamingo Campground in Everglades National Park. The sky put on a beautiful light show as the sun rose over Florida Bay.

The next two images were taken two years apart at Many Curves Overlook in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. The sun was shining in the spring of 2011 when I captured the image on the left. We returned in the summer of 2013 when I captured the image on the right.

Next we go to Zion National Park in Utah. I captured the following two images of the Watchman peak while waiting for sunset. As the sun was setting a full moon was rising.

Many thanks to Tina for challenging us with Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #162 – It’s all about the Light

I’m taking a short, much needed blogging break. I’ll be back in about two weeks.

22 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #162 – It’s all about the Light

  1. It’s lovely to compare the light in different photos during a sunset or sunrise. You got two really nice sets. I love that moon appearing after the sunset. Interesting change in light from spring to summer in the Rockies. I guess the difference is the amount of moisture in the air, isn’t it?

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  2. Wow! I love how you compared your captures!
    I somehow missed this post and sorry I am late. It’s been a busy few weeks here. Lots of guests and enjoying the rest of summer for us.
    Take care and Happy Sunday and have a wonderful Labor Day!

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