This circuit responds to the change in light illumination in the form of varying frequency which can be observed through a flashing LED as output. The idea of [[wysiwyg_imageupload::]]this project is to use an LDR in place of a fixed value resistor which in turn generates a particular frequency. The generated frequency corresponds to the light conditions of the ambience.This concept finds popular application in motor speed control where the output is connected to motor driver circuit. Disco light is another interesting application of the idea where the lighting pattern keeps on changing. The circuit of this project uses NE555 to generate a continuous series of pulses in astable mode. The frequency of these pulses is obtained based on values of two resistors and a capacitor. Keep on reading to find out more information on the circuit and its working.