At last year’s Adelaide Fringe, a light spectacle along the River Torrens on opening night included some frames that were set alight at strategic times. Everyone recognises this great Australian icon, so I thought it was a good finish for Becky’s January squares.
Each year, from mid-Feb to mid-March, Adelaide hosts the second largest Fringe festival in the world. In 2018 this included a Parade of Light. I’ll select some for Becky’s pen-ultimate challenge day.
beginning with lighted trees near outdoor eating
then projections against heritage buildings
And ending with laser lights through dry-ice clouds.
It’s everywhere in Summer, so another ________light from the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, for Becky’s squares.
Some highlights from our tour of Parliament House, Canberra, for Becky’s January squares.
Another square of ______light for Becky’s challenge.
During the recent fires in Australia, the moon was red as a result of the dust in the atmosphere and it was rather eerie. This one was caught in Canberra, many kilometers from the fires.
For more ______light photos, see Becky’s challenge.
Guiding you home, or to Becky’s January squares.
Caught in the act, for Becky’s January ______light squares. Included, for no extra cost or effort, some reflected sunlight on raindrops.
It’s up and away for Becky’s January squares.
For Becky’s January squares, a hard-to-see string of beach sandals, lit up by solar power.