Moments in time

“Nirvana is this moment seen directly. There is no where else than here. The only gate is now. The only doorway is your own body and mind. There’s nowhere to go. There’s nothing else to be. There’s no destination. It’s not something to aim for in the afterlife. It’s simply the quality of this moment.”

– Jane Hirshfield


Artful Blogging Magazine

Bella Grace Magazine

Click Magazine

Rural Magazine

Sunset Magazine

Boston Voyager Magazine


Southeast Center for Photography


Constance and Jerry Rosenthal, Curators

August 6 – August 28, 2021

The PhotoPlace Gallery

Laura Moya, Curator

Finding the Light

December 31 – January 21, 2021

The PhotoPlace Gallery

Elizabeth Avedon, Curator

Portals: Window, Mirrors and Doors

ย November 26 – December 26, 2020

The PhotoPlace Gallery

Aline Smithson, Curator

Portraits of Self Isolation

July 30 – August 20, 2020

The Griffin Museum of Photography

Corona: It’s All About the Light

May 8 – July 17, 2020

Lenscratch 2020 Self Quarantining Exhibition


A Labor of Love

Photography based on the art of John Singer Sargent

Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate

Canton, Massachusetts


The Colonnade Hotel, Boston

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Susan Licht


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  1. Hey Susan thank you for stopping by at Keep Picturing and following it. Nice to know you. Your photographs are really close to nature and wonderful. Nice to meet you. Have a good day..:)

  2. Hi Susan, Thanks for visiting my blog. You have some lovely photos here. Photography was my first passion and sometimes I think a simpler, purer one, but still I write! blessings, Brad

  3. Hello Susan you have a very nice site here I like it. Can you please get in touch with me I am a friend and co contributor of Robyn Graham’s on Monochromia and I would like to ask you something. The url to Monochromia is http://groupexpo.wordpress.com and you can get in touch with me through the Contact Us section of our blog. Thanks and I hope to hear from you soon.

  4. Wow, your photos are so amazing! I love your way to capture things. it makes me dream and thats one of the best things a picture can do to me. thanks for that!

  5. Hi Susan- Thank you for following my photography blog, Jane’s Lens. I hope you enjoy my work. I just realized I first came upon your terrific work on Monochromia. You have a great eye. Looking forward to more.

  6. My all time favorite quote by Ansel Adams, he is who inspired me to pick up a camera.

    I love coffee, I’ll believe I’ll do just that and see the world through your eyes.

    Looking forward to this journey!


  7. Dear Susan, Each of your photos is a poem, and your Summer Book is the best reading that we could get for the season. Bravo, my friend, and thanks so much! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Every time I visit Licht Years, I know I am going to get lost (in the best possible way) and not want to be found.

  9. […] Licht Years Susan asks, “where are you going, where have you been?” All of Susan’s posts take you on an adventure across cities, into the woods, sometimes even staying indoors can be a journey for the mind. […]

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