Clandestine garden meetings among young lovers has long been the stuff of which art is made – whether in an historical romance, or a drawing or painting throughout various periods in history.
Garden Gate etching found advertised on ebay
My Weekly Photo Challenge response is meant to capture that same enchanted spirit – perhaps not so covert, but with double the fun.
Speaking of time…I’m about to run out of it on this challenge (that was posted last Friday).
My submission for this Weekly Photo Challenge is the Tower of David at the wall of Old Jerusalem. I took this photo a few years ago on a friend’s old borrowed digital camera. I was walking quickly in the rain under my hood around the outer wall (you can see the raindrops refracted in the light in the photo) when I looked up and realized how welcoming the warm yellow light appeared cast against the natural stone and its twilight setting. I couldn’t help but wonder how this same setting would’ve looked centuries ago, with dancing flames providing that same evening light.
My last eclectic view of Columbia, Missouri this week, grabbed on my iPhone while turning the street corner. (No, I wasn’t the one driving.)
Hope your moments are as timelessly bright! -Jody