Lack of or too much light

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Sometimes the light can be more frightening than the dark
an old fishing trawler close to shore in the Irish Sea
visibility is limited by haze, fog and morning twilight
the more light gets force the older the trawler seem to be.

Before you can see the light, you have to deal with the darkness
(Dan Millman – former athlete, coach, instructor, and college professor)

Weekly Photo Challenge 2nd version – “Let there be light

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32 thoughts on “Lack of or too much light

  1. Having been brought up in Norway with a lack of light during long periods, I agree. But there is a crack in everything, as Cohen said…
    Ha en god helg!
    Dina

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  4. Wow, what an amazing shot! That boat looks absolutely frightening… like a ghost ship or a death ship.
    “lol” Maybe painting some colorful, high energy graf murals on it could cheer it up! 😉 😎

    • #.resa
      Yeah agree with you – it could look like a ghost ship – but it only looks like, it was a ‘working’ fishing ship – probably some painting would make a (large) difference… 🙂 😉

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    • #.shimon
      I believe you have a very good point here – darkness engenders fear as well as ignorance and insecurity does – on top of that then ignorance and insecurity in themselves can create the darkness…

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