As a nature photographer I am always interested in the light - how it hits a subject - how it shines or reflects. There are so many different ways to catch the light.
The light generated from a vast field of daffodils!!
The light reflected at the bottom of Palouse Falls in Eastern Washington. . . .
And then you can catch the light - an old light bulb on an old building. . .
The afternoon light into a very old house - left long ago, for who knows what reasons.
The light through the woods - a special kind of light reflecting onto water. . .
Catching that bit of light on the tip of a snow covered branch. . .
Early morning light at Silver Lake . . .
Light reflected off the ocean - out past the mouth of this bay was a pod of whales. . .
Catching a reflection on a still day. . .
Catching the moon in the daytime - splendid light. . .
Light up signs - come on in. . .
A leaf sitting on top of our car - catching the reflected light of autumn. . .
Lake Paden early in the morning. . .
Light and shadows in Eastern Washington - Potholes Park. . .
And the light catching a heron in the water. . .