Nighttime at Rabin Square
Tel Aviv, Israel
I get inspired looking at photography. However, I wilt at the thought of shutter speeds, exposure, and focal lengths. I haven’t allocated brain space to understand the technical aspects of photography. Yet.
For now, I am content to stick with my point and shoot camera and look at other people’s oh so pretty pictures.
My husband took this photograph in Israel–at night. I love the contrast between the dark sky and the red tree.
It makes me think how often there are times in life when the darkness can seem overwhelming or scary–when our worries cloak hope and possibility.
And this photo reminds me that the color and light are still there . . .
whether or not we see it.
Are you handy with a camera? What does this photograph make you think about?
Have a great week!
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