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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday!

Shadow Shot Sunday is hosted each week by Hey Harriet! It's the most fun ever, so get on your sleuthing clothes and start looking for the shadows around your world. Click on her name, sign up today!



First of all, of course, a favorite color shadow that I happened to catch in a basement window.



And next, deck shadows in the grass and shadows on the deck itself -- one of my favorite places as many of you know!





Now this one you will need to click on to embiggen and then you can see the upside down duck amid the reflections of the trees in the water. It was taken at a lovely park at the beach.

28 comments:

Gallery Juana said...

thanks for the chuckle today! that upside down duck is a gem.

Kay said...

I love the idea of the horizontal shadows going across the vertical wood slats. Great ideas, Sylvia!

Ackworth born said...

I especially like the first one.

Sarah said...

Is the duck ok?! I hope so. Lovely green theme this week too!

Tom Hilton said...

Nice set. That vase shadow is lovely!

Sunny said...

Great shadows. I have to say the first one is my favorite!
Sunny :)

jabblog said...

All lovely shots but I really, really like the green glass shadow - super!

Vicki ~ FL said...

LOVE the green shadow shot...that's my favorite!

Pam said...

Wonderful shadow shots, Sylvia. The green shadow created by the sun coming through the window is gorgeous.

Paula Scott said...

Ahhh! I always love those glass shadow shots! And the deck always speaks to me of lazy afternoons and naps.

bobbie said...

As always, your pictures are wonderful, Sylvia. 'specially the green one!

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

What a lovely surprise to go down the basement and find such a beautiful and colorful shadow!

Darlene said...

I'm with Kay - I like the horizontal shadows against the vertical slats.

I think the duck was diving for lunch. You caught him in an embarrassing pose. ;-)

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Am loving all your wonderful contribution this Sat/Sun shots. Loving the greenie one.

Enjoy the last summer hot days.
xoxo

Catherine said...

love that first shot...you are so adept with coloured glass shadows!!

Rosebud Collection said...

The colored vase is wonderful..so pretty. Deck is always a wonderful shot..The duck..I have to admit, I had a good laugh with that one.
Good job..
Happy SSS.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You see them through glass
or lying in summer’s grass—
ah, verdant shadows!


My Shadow Shot

Carletta said...

Wonderful shots!
I love the colored reflections. I so want to try that. It is lovely!
My deck reflections beckon me often to step outside.
Hope you're having a wonderful weekend Sylvia!

MonikaRose said...

Great shadows this week, as always love the green vase, great color. Thanks for sharing and have a great day :) cya MOnikaROse

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Love that shade of green & its' shadow....it's perfect with that shot of grass too!

Sally in WA said...

I love the green glass shadow!

Hey Harriet said...

Love your cute upside down duckie! Also the coloured shadow is fab! Have a great week :)

Gypsy Lala said...

Great shadow especially like the first one.

Sweet Repose said...

Love the green, green colors of summer, why can't we have them all year...love the duck booty!

Crafty Green Poet said...

I love the coloured shadow, and the second shadow seems to have real depth...

Pagan Sphinx said...

That green glass shadow is truly stunning. There really is something about green glass, isn't there?

Linda said...

Beautiful shots -- I just love that colored glass shadow ...
:-)

storyteller said...

Marvelous shadows as always. Methinks the first is my favorite today but your deck shots always look inviting. Thanks for visiting mine at Sacred Ruminations earlier.
Hugs and blessings,

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