Lens-Artists Challenge #128: And Here Comes the Holiday Season


When I think of the holidays at the end of the year, I think of the wonderful and marvelous light displays at local parks. Not only are the lights pretty, it allows me to practice my night photography and bokeh photography on my wide-aperture lens.

It became my favorite thing to do during Christmas 2019.

Unfortunately, I won’t be doing any of it in 2020. Instead, I’m going to stay home and crochet, read, write, watch movies, whatever…

2020 has indeed been a strange year.

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11 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #128: And Here Comes the Holiday Season

  1. Wonderful night photography! Hopefully you will go out for more of this next year – this year is really a “lost” year. Happy to have photographs to remember! Happy Holidays – as long as you have things to do, everything works better!

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    • Thank you. That’s one of my favorite places. It’s by my work and I used to walk by it during my afternoon walks before remote working began. It looks so ordinary during the day time but it’s the night that makes this place pretty.

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