This week’s WordPress photo challenge is illumination. The first photo that came to mind for this theme is one I took last weekend during our outing at Coronado Beach, in San Diego, California. I found this beautiful chandelier hanging from the ceiling of the large and historical lobby of the Hotel Del Coronado. Gorgeous!

Remember you can click on each photo for a larger view.

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Illumination

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Illumination

You can view more of my photos of Coronado Beach from last week here.

When I think of illuminations, I can’t help but remembering the beautiful Christmas lights we saw this past holiday. I posted many Christmas light photos a few weeks ago, but here are a couple of my favorite.

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Illumination - Penguin Christmas lights

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Illumination – Penguin Christmas lights

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Illumination - Christmas lights

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Illumination – Christmas lights

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About Milka Pejovic

I'm a freelance writer, artist and photographer. I write mostly for business, not enough for pleasure, and I take a lot of pictures of the world around me.

9 responses »

  1. […] to this week’s WordPress photo challenge – Illumination – hop over to my photography blog. If you like Christmas lights and old chandeliers, I think you’ll enjoy […]

  2. Oh, the last photo is so great!

  3. robincoyle says:

    I have a “thing” for chandeliers.

  4. char says:

    Wow! That last one’s lighting is magical.

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