20 thoughts on “Individual”

    1. I actually made it “lightning” originally, then changed it to “lightening”. I thought it held more interest with the reflections of the light in the shot and fact that it sounds like “lightning”. I thought no one would notice, as I often think when I write these small musings. But of course, nothing escapes your sharp and wonderful attention.

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    2. Yes, the information on your link is my exact reasoning for using the word “lightening”, as in: to make less dark or shed light. Again a reflection of the beautiful light on the bottles and an interesting twist on the way the word sounds like “lightning”.

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      1. The article refers to “lightening” as making something lighter in COLOR.

        I don’t see clear bottles OR the light on them as having color, but it’s not worth quibbling over. For what it’s worth, I don’t think “lightning” is any better than “lightening” to communicate the thought you apparently have in mind. Oh, well! 🙂

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  1. What a lovely blog you have (gosh, that sounds like a famous Little Red Riding Hood line). The combination of your thoughts and your loved one’s photography. This one is excellent (lightning or lightening) 🙂

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