Thursday, 7 June 2012

The Light at the End of the Road


The Equestrienne took this photo with her cell phone yesterday.
 

15 comments:

EG CameraGirl said...

Lovely light!

Mark said...

Oh God, is this the Rapture? My house is a mess! I'm gonna be so embarrassed.
m.
p.s. I'm jealous that I didn't take that photo.

Anns Art said...

Brilliant!

Hilary said...

Such a pretty shot. .even with the blue recycle bin. ;) Kudos to The Equestrienne

Suldog said...

Damn nice. Reminds me of what MY WIFE and I were discussing last night (don't ask why) which was those spotlights that car dealerships and other places used to use to draw people into their sales. Neither of us could ever remember seeing one in the sky and actually being able to find it by driving toward it, which brings up the question I will ask about this: Was she able to drive to it or did it keep receding into the distance?

photowannabe said...

Stunning light captured.

The Next Chapter said...

What a brilliant photo - and a very black looking sky.

Heidrun Khokhar said...

Now that is one very cool snap! Excellent timing!

Shammickite said...

In answer to Suldog... their driveway is on the left, that's their recycling blue bin out there on the right, so she didn't drive to see what was at the end of the road. She was probably on her way home from work. I think dinner was on her mind at the time.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

WOW! Beautiful picture, my dear....!

photowannabe said...

Love seeing this picture again.
I thought I would answer your question from my comments.
Yes I did meet Wanda through my photoblog.
We found out we had so many things in common and live within 7 hours of each other.
When we met the first time we discovered an interesting fact.
We found out we were married by the same Pastor in different years and in different cities. Small world. We found out we had several mutual friends.
It was kind of the cement for our friendship.
This was the 3rd time we have gotten together, we write all the time and we can't wait to get together again.
Sometimes, things just click.
Thanks for asking.

Shammickite said...

Photowannabe.... it's certainly a small world isn't it?

stardust said...

Nice shot of a dramatic scene!

Dave said...

That's a clever shot Shammickite. Looks mysterious - Dave

Ginnie said...

It continually amazes me what those phones can do!