This Little Light of Mine,

I’m gonna let it shine…..  Stephen H. Scott

While on our way to Mexico last year, these two sites caught my eye. The one on the left (the serpent) is near Gainesville Missouri, and the other is over Prairie Du Rocher, Illinois. The sun was just in the right place to make these locations shine.

p1000368This night scene in Puerto Vallarta was too tempting to pass by. The play of light and shadows shouted, take a picture. There are not too many street lights in PV, but this one worked its magic.

The little body of water by a local trail jumped to life when sunshine flooded through a break in the clouds. The sun is also responsible for the reflection on the cow bell, creating its own circle of light. Though the salt lamp struggles to shine,giving off more of a glow than anything, its light is very warming.

img_0402img_0182As the day comes to a close, an evening ritual takes place. The rays soften and they beckon us to share their last few moments. It is pure magic. The shine may be off for the day, but the memory lingers.

6 thoughts on “This Little Light of Mine,

  1. Dan Drews October 26, 2016 / 11:53 pm

    Thanks Miriam. So many pictures, so little time!


  2. Maggie October 25, 2016 / 8:26 pm

    Love the street scene – the way the light reflects off the cobblestone street is magical.


    • Dan Drews October 26, 2016 / 11:51 pm

      Three of the shots were taken in Puerto Vallarta, including the last one. Thanks for dropping by.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Miriam October 25, 2016 / 1:56 am

    Yes, just like pure magic. Lovely post .


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