A-Z Archive – “I” Challenge: Illuminated

Illuminated

Some of these shots, I’m sure, will look like repeats, as I’ve posted some or all of these before, but that’s the first thing that came to mind = illumination, and these particular photos.  The grass and trees – the colors are all so illuminated by the dark, stormy sky in the background.  I just can’t explain fully how much I adore days like this.  The colors of everything make me feel so ALIVE!  It’s invigorating to see such beauty.  And at the same time, it gives me a sense of peace and makes me feel closer to God. 

If you’d like to join us in this entertaining weekly challenge, or see more amazing shots, the A-Z Archive is led by frizztext:

http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/a-z-archive-i-challenge/

You should totally check it out, because there are so many amazing shots.  They will take your breath away, starting with his!

I sure hope y’all have an illuminating, inspiring, beautiful, and happy day!  From your little ole southern friend in Mississippi.  *wavin’ and blowin’ a smooch*  😉

– Carol

Day 61 of my Project 366.  Happy Leap Year, y’all.

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4 thoughts on “A-Z Archive – “I” Challenge: Illuminated

  1. Sonel says:

    Oh wow! They are stunning Carol! Awesome post! 🙂
    *hugs and a smooch*

    Like

  2. frizztext says:

    The grass and trees –
    the colors are all so illuminated
    by the dark, stormy sky
    in the background.

    Like

  3. orples says:

    Hi Carol, 🙂 Lovely shots. I love wide opened country spaces. I also like the way you link to fellow bloggers. You are so considerate in your posts. 😉

    Like

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