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34 thoughts on “Light At The End Of The Tunnel #WordlessWednesday #Photography”
Great picture, Hugh. I’m feeling a little claustrophobic looking at it. Did you walk down that passage?
I didn’t, Barbara. But I could hear the sound of waves on the otherside.
Forgot to add the link to my photo. https://luccav.me/half-price-on-everything-i-mean-everyone-wordlesswednesday-photography/
I couldn’t leave a comment on your post – I kept getting the following message.
‘Error: Please fill the required fields.’
I was not sure what that meant, as I’d filled in everything I could see.
It’s a new webpage and I thought the comments section had been fixed. I’ll have to get in touch with the designers.
Thank you for stopping by, Hugh.
Where does the light take you?
I didn’t find out, but I could hear the sound of waves.
Reminds me that there is light at the end of the tunnel 🙂
That’s an interesting-looking tunnel Hugh. It seems it would be damp on the bricks and floor, but I don’t see any moisture. That’s a perfect title that is literally the light at the end of the tunnel. This was my Wordless Wednesday post today. I do have a Twitter account but have not linked it or my Facebook account to my blog yet.
This was very much a dry tunnel, Linda, although I took the picture near a beach. I could hear the waves on the otherside of the light.
What an idyllic setting!
Looks like a castle.
At the end of the tunnel?
That’s a great picture to meet the prompt! Very good!
Thanks, Erika. Glad you think so. It was the perfect opportunity.
It seems you always catch good opportunities with your photos 😄
This is an awesome shot of this tunnel. Love the rock formation and then the shining line beckoning you to come all the way to the end./
I never made it to the end, Esmé. It still awaits my visit.
You can do it Hugh! Go for it
I’m glad you see a light there!
This reminds me of a tunnel I recently crawled through that was pitch black, until I saw the incoming light at the end of it. It was creepy and painful for my knees. This tunnel is more attractive!
I recently did a tour of an old coal mine, so I know what you mean, Liesbet. However, this photo was not taken in the mine as we were not allowed to take anything with a fitted battery into the mine with us. Such a shame, as I’d have got some fantastic photos.
Tunnels always seem to make a great photo, Hugh! I love how the light comes in. Happy Wednesday!
I never found out what was on the otherside of the light, Terri. One day, I guess I will.
And I hope you do find out through normal circumstances, and not through something else, LOL!
You can’t miss it in your photo Hugh, but looking at the world today Hugh I just can’t!
Just visited your post, Willow. That’s a scary find you found.
Yes it’s amazing all made from plastic waste and found at
Good to see they are putting plastic to good use instead of sending it to landfill.
Yes indeed Hugh it’s spectacular!