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SL-Week 5: Lights – With volume, dense and palpable

In response to Sylvain LANDRY, SL-Week 5: Light.

I desperately wanted to hug that beam of light (photo below) to my chest but could not because there was a fence in front of me (not in photo). The fence had been built to prevent people like me from moving too close to the light and falling over.

I like the dense and palpable look of it but could not reach it. Even if I could reach the light with the tip of my fingers, I would not be able to hold light. I had to capture the light somehow; I captured the light with my photograph.

The light is so intense that it still seems almost tangible.

two beams of intense yellow light DSC06407

How does yellow feel? Have you ever wondered?

Enjoy!

[Photo: Taken at Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, 2012.]

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