FUJIFILM X100T @23mm, ISO 3200, 1/250 sec, f/16
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I love a good yawn, I yawned after writing the word yawn, I am gonna have to stop thinking about it or I won’t get through this sentenced. I apologise to everyone who has yawned because of how many times I mentioned the word yawn. For any of you yawning because you’re bored then that’s yours to deal with.

With all these photos I was drawn to the speckling of light that sprayed across this wall. I have always been fond – James Fond – of scenes like this. Nothing to them, not this shot anyway, just light reflecting and bouncing, just light being light. Fun, I think that is the right word. They make me wonder and smile, hence the reason I photograph them.

FUJIFILM X100T @23mm, ISO 3200, 1/2000 sec, f/6.4
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It’s the odd shapes and patterns that the reflecting light makes that always catches my attention. Like a magpie constantly chasing the shiny objects, the light that glistens. Unusual, odd, unique, like a snowflake – a light flake. Well, almost. As I say, I always like to photograph them. Not all of them are keepers, some of them will never see the light of day but I always photograph them. I wouldn’t even class these as individual ‘showers’ but I thought I’d share the little joys I find, and take, while out on the streets.

Not all my posts have a reason but I think that this may be a reason piece, my reason, one of my reasons. I like chasing light.

FUJIFILM X100T @23mm, ISO 3200, 1/500 sec, f/11
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I can’t think of any more adjectives to describe my joy of light, I would just be repeating myself, more so than I already have.

I stopped yawning.

All thoughts and comments are welcome.

Happy Viewing

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