Photography

New Year Lights

Good evening you all! I just spent a couple of hours revamping my website not even 24 hours after I tried a new WordPress theme. If you have any issues with this upgraded blog, please email me at danielleleesullivan@outlook.com

On Christmas Day, I got to spend time with family in Northeastern Oklahoma, near Tulsa. I got to spend a good ten hours with family, fantastic food, wine, and a night out at the holiday lights. Walking through this massive lights display, I documented some videography and photography footage and this photo became my favorite.

We were about to walk under a bridge with hundreds of people on it and as we sloped downwards the idea crosed my mind that it would be a geat photography shot if… and that’s exactly what I did. I had my phone focus on the people and I edited it to where you couldn’t see any of the people, but only the lights. Made the biggest difference in the world! I’m trying out new photography editing features through the various technology options I have and this photo reminds me of rainbows.

Rainbows are encouraging messages of hope.
And these lights remind me of the new year- new horizions, new hopes, dreams, and resolutions. Sometims we let a bulb dim and we distract ourself from repairing or replacing the light.
And I ask you- how will you keep positivity and life alive in 2020?


Let me know your answers in the comments and I’ll give my answer as well! Wishing you all the best for the month of January and the new year!

Cheers,
Danielle Sullivan

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