Friday, March 1, 2019

Star Light

A piercing light beckoned to us through the blinds as we munched bar food and sipped caffeine. "Take that wing out your mouth and get back on the road," it seemed to say.

The Sunset Harbor Bar & Grill in Lodi. Stay away from the sampler platter

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  1. That’s a super cool photo!

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    1. Thanks Brian, uh oh, what's that behind you?

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  2. That light has brought out great patterns in the window - well caught!

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    1. The light hitting the corner of the shade was fascinating which was great because it took my mind off the horrible food.

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  3. Lodi? My sister lives in Lodi. Are you a Californian? Small world.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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    1. If you look at the bottom you'll see Location in white and where the photo was taken. This is a nearby town called Lodi (Low die).

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    2. Also notice the Leinie's sign in the upper left, Sandee. That's what catches my eye, maybe even before the light.

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  4. Excellent shot as the light could have totally blown out the whole picture

    mollyx

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    1. It was peeking in from the corner in a way I couldn't ignore, Molly.

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  5. Resplendent, artistic photograph!

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    1. Fantastic word Liplatus. I was totally captivated by your winter scenes.

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  6. Thats really cool the way the light spreads

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    1. Like it was either beckoning me or trying to get in.

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    1. Thanks, I didn't expect it to turn out.

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  8. Ah, to find a star during the day - priceless, Jeanna and many thanks for sharing this burst of light with All Seasons! Stay warm and safe in winter land!

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    1. It is, J and reminds me of my nephew looking up in the sky during his soccer game and going, "Ooh, day moon."

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  9. It’s a sign! Spring is coming. Or else tomorrow is. One or the other.

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    1. I'm sure it's coming somewhere, Sallie. Apparently not here every again but somewhere.

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  10. Stuck in Lodi, huh? I always thought there was only one Lodi in the U.S. and that's the one several hours to the northeast of us. Live and learn, I am. Very cool photo, Jeanna. The shimmer looks like silk.

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    1. I think there's a few, Susie. How do you pronounce it? Thanks, and meow to Molly, I bet she's just getting started for the night.

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    2. We say low-dye. Well that's how I say Lodi. Just like the way Creedence sings it.

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    3. Now I'm going to have to look up which song but something tells me I should already know. One of my Italian Aunts always said, "Low dee."

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  11. Now this is the kind of image I like. There's a lot going on here. Black and white, shadows, very impressive reflected light. Great shot and well spotted.

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  12. How imaginative! Love the shot!

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