Light of the World

This week’s Foto Friday Challenge is Light. I was inspired by the following bible verse:

You are the light of the world. … Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven.

Matthew 5:14a,16

Settings: 50mm, 1/60s, f/3.2, ISO 320

My picture of the stairs was one of the featured photos from last week’s Foto Friday! Thanks everyone! 🙂

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12 responses to “Light of the World

  1. I love the scripture you paired with this shot. Beautiful.

  2. Such a nice warm light. I loved your stairs shot!! Awesome.

  3. Gorgeous shot- I love the glow.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today & taking the time to comment. Glad you liked the shot of my husband’s truck. I actually had it set to Aperture priority in the auto settings so I had to go back & look at what all the details were. I’m still very new at all this. Here they are… ISO 400/ Exp 0.90909094 sec/Aperture 3.8/ 13.2mm Still learning what all that means 🙂 His lights were spinning/flashing while I was shooting- but the way it turned out was fun.

  4. Deb

    Beautiful photo and message.

  5. love the pairing of the verse with the shot–so much meaning. Kaye—the road goes ever ever on

  6. Natalie

    LOVE that you used a Bible verse as your inspiration! And a great one you chose! Thanks for stopping by my blog with your kind comment!

  7. L.

    Lovely pairing of image and verse! (And I loved your stairs shot from last week!)

  8. That picture makes me feel cozy.

  9. SO BEAUTIFUL! The verse comes alive with that pic!

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