Let the light in #PastSquare

Past Square – Day #28

Letting the light in

I love the encroaching sunlight in this photo with the beautiful sweet peas, and couldn’t help but share it again for Becky’s #pastsquares with the past themes of bright and flowers. I have cropped it to a square from its original size, just for today’s post.

Isn’t it delightful?

sunlight and flowers
sunlight and flowers

There is a crack, a crack in everything

That’s how the light gets in

Anthem – Leonard Cohen

Becky has her Squares challenge going again for the month of October, where we can share any photo as long as it’s square, on the theme of Past something – these are some of the past themes for squares, so there’s lots of choice! Today I chose the past square themes of Bright and Flower.

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Past themes for Squares

Hope all is going well in your world.

Deb 🙂

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