Do you see what I see?
A star, a star
Dancing in the night
With a tail as big as a kite.
Today’s post is for Project 52, a weekly blog project that I am working on with several other talented photographers whom I’ve come to know over the past year. In this project, we concentrate on light and spend several weeks exploring an overarching theme. For the next four weeks we are taking a break from exploring classical light themes and instead focusing on the beautiful lights that celebrate the holiday season.
This weekend, my family and I took a trip with some friends into the mountains to the east of Seattle. We stayed in a cabin in the woods, went sledding at Steven’s Pass and to see the Christmas lights in the town of Leavenworth. The kids were thrilled with the snow, the lights and, especially, the hot chocolate. It was the perfect way to kick off the holiday season! Here is my first play for our holiday edition:
Please continue along in our creative blog circle to see the gorgeous work of my lovely friend Jessie Wixon. Instead of a cabin in the woods, Jessie spent the weekend in Hawaii, and I’m not at all jealous, why would you think that? Click HERE to see Jessie’s first photo for our holiday edition!
Kami, this is simply beautiful!!
Perfect starburst Kami! And the crisp chill of that sunny day jumps out of the photograph!
Wow, Kami what a stunning image. It looks a very tranquil place to visit. I can almost feel the crispness in the air.
Gorgeous image with the perfect starburst highlighting the remnants of snow on the ground.
Beautiful starburst! I love the solitude and peacefulness of this photo. What a perfect spot.
Kami – this is just gorgeous! That starburst is perfect and I love the shadows of the trees on the snowy ground. I’m glad you had such a good start to your holiday season!!
Beautiful! I love everything about this image!! your starburst is perfect…i love the shadows created by the trees…it’s magical.
Just beautiful! Feels so serene.
Aww, I miss winter! Love this!
Lovely and serene, Kami.
Just gorgeous. The perfect starbust among the cold and snowy scene. Really just beautiful!
Stunning Kami – I definitely need to plan a Seattle trip!
It’s almost as though you’ve captured silence in an image. The clarity and simplicity here is spectacular.