Weekly Photo Challenge: Glows

In response to the WordPress Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge:Glow

This week, share something that glows.

Metal Sphere @Bristol during blue hour, Bristol, England

Manila Cityscape
Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is a densely populated bayside city on the island of Luzon, which mixes Spanish colonial architecture with modern skyscrapers. Intramuros, a walled city in colonial times, is the heart of Old Manila. It’s home to the baroque 16th-century San Agustin Church as well as Fort Santiago, a storied citadel and military prison.
Autumn Tea House
In Autumn the most photographed tea room in Britain. 15th century cottage, once a courthouse, and now a tea-room, Llanrwst north Wales UK
The Temple
A buddhist temple Thailand
Petronas Towers KL
Night capture of the Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers are the tallest twin building in the world Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Completed 1 April 1994
British Museum
The British Museum London was established in 1753, dedicated to human history, art, and culture, Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works, is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present.
Reclining Buddha
Temple Somdet Reclining Buddha, Sangkhla Buri District, Kanchanaburi, Thailand
Pool bar reflections and lights Boracay Philippines
Pool bar reflections and lights Boracay Philippines
standing golden Buddha Thailand
standing golden Buddha near Hua Hin Thailand
Choir Lamps
soft warm glow of Choir lamps
Blue Cross
Pulpit is a raised stand for speakers in a church. The origin of the word is the Latin pulpitum – platform or staging
the Cathedral is built on St James’s Mount in Liverpool, Its official title is the Cathedral Church of Christ. The external length of the building, including the Lady Chapel, is 189 m making it the second longest cathedral in the world
Burning Candle
Burning Candle and fresh flowers in an old Bristish Church
Saint George and the Dragon
Saint George defeating the dragon in an old Welsh Church
Iron and Brass Foundry
Iron and Brass Foundry workers produced the metal components for all sorts of machines and equipment.
The first step in producing the various components was carving the patterns. These would then be placed on the foundry floor and packed round with special foundry sand. After removing the pattern the sand in the moulding boxes would be sufficiently compacted to receive the molten iron, that would then harden to the shape of the pattern which had been in the box.
Scrap iron, pig iron and cokes were transported to the foundry on small wagons. The layers of iron, alternating with layers of cokes, would be fired in the furnace. When the iron was molten, the clay plug would be pulled out of a hole at the bottom of the furnace. The molten iron would then flow along a chute and into the ladle
This decorative tablet was at a Buddhist temple in Thailand, not sure what is but loved the design and colours
Crafnant River Rapids
Autumn glow a Forest stream Crafnant north Wales UK

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