Photo 52: Project Light | holiday light (week 2)

December 09, 2012  •  5 Comments

 

There may not be snow in San Antonio, But it's a Texas Christmas to me.

               ~ George Strait

 

Welcome to week 2 of our HOLIDAY EDITION of Project 52: playing with light where we are getting creative and using our personal light filled family traditions as our inspiration.

This week I went on a mini-break with my very dear childhood friend to a resort spot just outside of Austin, Texas. We had a great time relaxing, catching up and visiting the local town. The weather may have been sunny and warm, but everything was all decked out for the holiday season in its very own Texas way.

 

 

Photo 52: Project Light is a collaborative project I am working on with several other talented photographers. To see all of our submissions for this week just follow the links at the bottom of each blog post. (For more information on Project 52 click on my premier post.)

Next head over to Seattle to visit fabulous photographer and fellow ex-Jersey girl Kami Chaudhery. Please then continue along our circle to check out all of our holiday images...


Comments

Jessie(non-registered)
Wowzers, this is such a cool shot. I couldn't see all the details on my phone. I keep looking at this and seeing new things. Well done and great job getting us to all think and look deeper!
julie mak(non-registered)
Lisa - there is so much going on in this photo, I love it! You can just keep going deeper and deeper into it. In addition to all that was already mentioned, I also like that there is a faint gold star there, it looks as if the person is gazing up at it!
Erica Collins(non-registered)
Lisa - there are so many things I love about this image but the reflection of the buildings and the very southwestern ornaments on the tree are two of my favorites. Nice work!!
Kim(non-registered)
Love this image.....it makes you look even deeper beyond the tree.....love the reflection and of course......I can't help but <3 the longhorn! :)
Julie Kiernan(non-registered)
Lisa, I am glad you could slip away at this busy time. This is a great image with layers of details.
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