As the year slingshots toward that place Robert Frost termed “The darkest evening of the year”, we human mammals are drawn toward light in all its manifestations. From candles and colorful lights to light-hearted tasks like baking cookies, we need to create reminders that the warmth of the sun will return with full strength.
Photography, literally “writing with light”, can help kindle that same comfort. This week, I offer you some photographs that capture those arresting moments when heavenly light is strong and clear and riveting our attention. Each was taken by my sister, Karla Schultz, a photographer who takes most of her images in the southeastern United States. I hope that you enjoy this feast of light as much as I do! Happy Winter Solstice!
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