Photo Scavenger Hunt: Light/Dark

Joining in with Kates's weekly photo scavenger hunt today.   


This is the last week that Kate is hosting this challenge after 5 years of coming up with prompts.  It has been fun Kate, thank you so much for all the time and effort you've put into it.   I've enjoyed taking part and seeing what everyone else has come up with for the words.  It has been a lovely creative diversion.  There will be a new host from next month - Astrid of Dragon Stitches and Stuff by Astrid and I'm looking forward to following along.

But for today Kate's last prompt is Light/Dark

I had to scratch my head a bit for this one but looked again to the sky and sun  

Looking back over some photos while I was searching for sunsets last week, I came across these pics that I took back in January on a beautiful day even though it stayed dark most of the day.    

This is at Warrenpoint Shore looking down Carlingford Lough with Finn McCool and the Cooley Mountains on the right and the sun barely up in the sky even though it was nearly midday. 

This last one was taken on the Boa Island on Lough Erne in Co. Fermanagh at 2pm in the middle of January and again the light had hardly changed. I love the moodiness of those cold days.  

The clocks change tomorrow  (I have to remind myself they Spring Forward not Fall Back!). Already we're having dinner without pulling the curtains - this year has moved so fast and yet it feels like we've hardly moved. But looking back at these photos we can see the movement easily. I love the fact that we get brighter now by 2 minutes a day until the Summer Solstice.

We've just cancelled another tour for May so there'll be lots more focussing on the garden and the sky to look forward to and to keep us amused.  

Check out the other interpretations of this prompt HERE.    And thanks once again Kate.

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