Saturday, 22 December 2007

Photo Hunt-Light

The theme this week for the Photo Hunt is LIGHT.

Here, you can see the LIGHT of the candle through the Ice Lantern.

The ice lantern nestled amongst the LIGHTS and greenery.

The flame burns bright and gives us LIGHT.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

12 comments:

Lux said...

The light looks so warm and inviting!

michico*Adan said...

This light looks very wonderful~!!

I hope I could have one~!
Even you are very sweet to teach me, but our weather compare to your site is too hot~!
The ice candle hold won't hold :(

Very beautiful light, thank you!

topcatrules said...

Mickey - a very Merry Christmas and a big hug from Trixie, Pyewacket and Tigger.

Thank you so much for your warmth, friendship and great company.

And we love your photographs so much. Mom often shows them to the students. :)

Daisy said...

Those ice candles are so beautiful! Thanks for showing us how to make them. I never saw one before!

TT said...

We gotted your Christmas Card! Thank you so much!! :)

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Those are very nice photos of light!

Chairman Mao said...

The ice lanturns are furry nifty, and what beeyootiful pickshures!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Marilyn MonREOW said...

Those ice lanterns are so fascinating and beautiful! Such lovely pictures, and a wonderful take on the "light" theme!

Happy Holidays to you and yours, and I wish you the happiest of Happy New Years!

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn!

topcatrules said...

A very speical Merry Christmas from Tigger the FBI cat! Bigs hugs from me!

Caesar and Princess said...

YAY it is soooo nice to comehere and see this very special light in the ice.
Beautiful pictures too. Very soothing and delightful!

Happy Winter and Happy Christmas Mickey!
You are a great friend!

hugs and purrrs, Princess

DaisyMae Maus said...

That is really beautiful! Feline American Cocoa Puff would spend all day lickin' it. He LOVES ice.
DMM


Happy Christmouse!

Forty Paws said...

Those are so cool! We've never seen those before. They probably wouldn't last long here in Dallasssss, but they would be fun!

Luf, Us