Holder of Light

© James P. Pettus

Holder of Light

Uploaded: August 31, 2004


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ISO 200
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This image is in a store window in a casino.It's of a glass statue holding up its arms. The ball of light is a reflection of a light that is in coming in from the other side of the hall.


Lori Ditlefsen August 31, 2004

Really a cool image James! I love the position of the light and the clarity of the statue! Nicely done! #164104

Amalia Sylvia Arriaga Salinas level-classic August 31, 2004

Very original and sharp James!,
Amalia #747555

Michelle R. Kovach August 31, 2004

Very Cool!
Great job!
Have a great day!
Michelle #747591

Michelle R. Kovach August 31, 2004

Very Cool!
Great job!
Have a great day!
Michelle #747592

Duane Carter August 31, 2004

This is neat, James! You have a very observing eye. #747937

Dan Holm level-classic August 31, 2004

Excellent graphic shot, James!! #747943

August 31, 2004

i'd vote for this for photo of the month. #748004

Jim Kinnunen level-deluxe August 31, 2004

Very creative James! #748109

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