Weekly photo challenge: twinkle V
This week, we are asked to show what twinkle means to us in the weekly photo challenge. Suggestions for this challenge included:
You will need to find a light source and a reflective surface in order to capture a twinkle, but those are the only limitations. Your photo could be the sparkle of an ornament, as in the photo I’ve shared. Perhaps it is a crisp catchlight in the eyes of a loved one, or the millions of twinkles in the waves of a body of water as a sunrise’s first rays appear. Maybe you’d like to try your hand at nighttime photography, and capture the sparkle of stars. Where there is light, there will be a twinkle.
In the first submission I presented a photo taken in Deadvlei, Namibia (see here). The second submission also presented an image from Deadvlei, Namibia but this time the focus was on the night sky (see here). The third submission for the week showed a photo of the Sydney Harbour Bridge at night (see here). The fourth submission for the week showed a crocodile eye (see here).
This final submission for the week shows the Pinnacles, Western Australia at sunset.