That is how the Light gets in

“There is a crack in everything,

that is how the light gets in.”

(Leonard Cohen)

The above was indeed the case in the photo below:

pitchdark and yet with the little light that

came in through the cracks I was able to take this photo.

Had to put camera on tripod though! (boring!)

That is how the light gets in.

That is how the light gets in.

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4 thoughts on “That is how the Light gets in

  1. dear Paula , I enjoyed this work a lot. It is a very good image and I took my time to look at . Content driven and technical not that easy to made. Maybe the lighting was helping you to present the spider webs. I believe they are essential to this work . You gave me a smile when you said ” tripod” vrs “boring”. I feel sometimes the same . Others are telling me they never shoot without it . But also for me a tripod will be used only when it is needed to do so. But your gain a good result with it.

    Get rid of the webs by letting the light enter ,cracks will be fading out , I am sure 🙂 , cheers bart

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  2. I too try to hand-hold my shots as much as possible but I’m still glad that you used the tripod for this one.

    I think I also remember someone else using that Leonard Cohen song as inspiration for their shots.

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