A Photo A Week: Street Lights

By: sonofabeach96

Aug 21 2018

Category: Uncategorized


Focal Length:18mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D3300

This week’s A Photo A Week Challenge from Nancy Merrill Photography is for the topic:



Here’s my take on it:


My songs of the day are:

“Dark End Of The Street” by Aretha Franklin

”HIt The Lights” by Metallica

”The Boys Of Mutton Street” by Richard Thompson

”Turn Your Lights Down Low” by Lauryn Hill

”Dead End Street” by The Kinks

”Blue Lights” by Jorja Smith

”Boys In The Street” by Greg Holden

”Bright Lights” by Gary Clark, Jr.

28 comments on “A Photo A Week: Street Lights”

  1. This is on of my favorites. Love the pictures. Beautiful and relaxing. Crazy about the one taken from a plane. Great post. Your music always give me someone to look up. LOL

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  2. I just knew “Dead End Street” would be there!

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  3. One thing about light is it makes everywhere look beautiful and happy, just like in this pictures.

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  4. These are great! 😀 well done!

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  5. Why are street lights romantic? Is it the idea of lovers walking after dark?

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  6. Love the lantern style street lights. I have street lights on my drawing challenge – I may have to ‘borrow’ one of these as inspiration! 😃

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  7. Oh man! So perfect for the theme! I love your top one from the plane. Spot on, again! Thanks for joining the challenge!

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