the point

Charles Bergquist puts it best: “A collection of original imagery that would otherwise go unseen.”

If you’d like to connect, drop me a line.

If you’re interested in using any of this imagery for non-commercial purposes, I’d be jazzed, please credit and link. Otherwise, email me.

-Julia Light

127 thoughts on “the point

  1. Hey Julia, thanks for dropping by at my blog! I didn’t expect people to be reading my posts. Hope you enjoyed that piece of writing. 🙂

    Cheers,
    Jasmine

  2. Hi Julia,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love your photos. They are very subtle and are taken from very interesting perspectives. Look forward to seeing more,
    Laura

  3. Hi Julia. Got your latest post in the mail. Great (self) portrait and “light”.
    You do have an eye.
    Why the title? (Hope it doesn’t reflect on a personal event)
    🙂
    But… I couldn’t access the post. Y’know: error 404, yarayara.
    Have a nice week
    Brian

      • Well, don’t be shy. Your self-portrait was great. You are pretty. 🙂
        Why are women always dissatisfied with their own image? A century-old thing I guess.
        ‘t’s all right I still have the mail. Haha!
        ‘hope your week is more or less night shift free. Be good, and keep sharing good pix. (And good titles. That’s half the work, ain’t it?)

  4. Hi Julia,
    First of all, thanks for the LIke of my blog and my ‘Bali Indah’ book. I took a look at your site here. I don’t know, there is something quite ‘radical’ about you. Keep up doing, whatever you are doing.
    Thanks again.
    Cheers,
    ingojez

  5. thank you so much for dropping by our VisionDialogue Blog and for liking my “The Long Road Into the Night” 🙂

  6. Julia, great stuff on your site. What’s your story? Maybe you should artist’s bio to your blog (or did I miss it?). I’m from Washington myself, and thus see things that are familiar in ways, but you are presenting them beautifully. I like the concept of writing with light and also like a lot of the authors you’re quoting. In short: much appreciated! Tim Schilling

  7. Thank you for calling past my Photo Morsels blog and liking my latest post. I gather from your own blog that you live in or around Seattle. Lovely place that I have visited briefly a couple of times for work related purposes.

    Beautiful soft light there for photography, so unlike the intense and harsh light we have down here from late spring through to mid autumn.

  8. Hi. Some really great images – keep up the good work. Strange feel to the images that seems very individual in a good way! And good subject matter. All the best. Matt

  9. Hi Julia
    Thanks for liking my last post on the Blackwood Photo Clulb website.
    You’ve got some great images here – will look around some more
    Chris

  10. Hey there…
    Just dropping you a note to say “I hope my Blog didn’t over load your inbox recently’.”
    I think I had something set wrong and as I was creating a post it may have sent out an email to every “follower” of my blog as I made changes. If this happened to you, I am so sorry.
    And in case I haven’t said so yet…Thanks for stopping by my site.

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  12. hi tuanis, thanx for following my blog, pleasure to see that even peru has found me..
    great pictures u have and i’m eager to follow your work

    greetz
    laurent

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