Light Shades #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photo of a stained glass window with different shades of light coming through.
How many shades of light can you see?

Linking To Sunday Still hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt. Theme: Light

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28 thoughts on “Light Shades #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. That is a beautiful stained-glass window Hugh. I counted eight, maybe nine different colors. My boss collects stained glass. His father was an attorney in a small town and if clients could not pay him, he’d take his services out in trade. A local church had a lot of legal problems and removed their stained glass windows and replaced them with clear windows and thus paid for their legal debt that way. My boss inherited that stained glass when his father died. I was behind in Reader, so it is Sunday for me, Monday for you and here is my last Wordless Wednesday:
    https://lindaschaubblog.net/2023/02/01/nature-bee-amazing-sometimes-wordless-wednesday-hmm-is-that-bee-waving-at-me/

    1. No need to be concerned about when you publish posts for Wordless Wednesday or when you leave comments on any of my posts, Linda. My comments are always open, so they can be left anytime. Nobody is ever late. And nobody is ever behind in the Reader. Read at your leisure, and don’t be concerned about how many posts have been published by the blogs you follow. Enjoy the experience rather than worry about being behind at reading blog posts.

      1. I was doing pretty good with my newfound resolution of just taking it one day at a time, but honestly Hugh … I say to myself “I’ll just respond to comments and replies and do Reader tomorrow” and before I know it, I am days behind again. It was easy the beginning of the year as people were still in holiday mode. Well I will once again take your advice to heart … February 11th will be my 10-year blogiversary.

        1. Thank you Hugh … the first five years I never interacted with anyone here at WordPress, nor did anyone follow me. Out of the blue someone found me and I asked “how” he did? The rest is history as they say.

    1. Thanks, Janis. The subscription bar was an idea after a post I wrote about how to create one and ensure it was visible on blogs. I get fed up with looking how to subscribe to blogs. If I can’t find a subscribe/follow button within a few seconds, I give up and move on.

  2. That is a beautiful window, Hugh. Is that leaded stained glass? The light coming through brings out the colors, but I also see light from the shapes from the outside, almost like someone is looking in the window.

    1. Thanks, Terri.

      Yes, I love how the objects behind the window throw different shades of light through the window. There are so many shades there, some much darker light than others.

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