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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday!

It's Shadow Shot Sunday hosted by Tracy at Hey Harriet! Have to warn you that hunting for shadows is addictive, but it is fun! Click here to sign up and get addicted with the rest of us!

That window of ours in the basement is becoming a shadow treasure trove as the sun's position shifts a little each day. Here is a music box as seen through my favorite green vase. A shadow on a shadow on another shadow!



And shadow striped Sam Schnauzer!



Playing with my new camera I tried some macro shots.





My favorite wrought iron plant stand -- empty for now.

38 comments:

Rosebud Collection said...

All the pictures are great. The color shadows are so nice. They are just beautiful. Love the dogs..so cute.
Happy SSS.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

We loved that first green shot on the music box...but then we got down to the lovely iron & scrolls...love it!

Lin Floyd said...

Fun shots, it sounds addictive especially because today is only Saturday I think....lol!

bobbie said...

All of these are quite special, Sylvia. I really love the shadow on shadow.

foto CHIP *Birgitta* said...

That is some nice shadowshots and I love the doggy ones :)

Christella said...

Fall is a great time for you theme, shadow shots. Great pictures. The blue is my favorite.

Crafty Green Poet said...

wonderful colourful shadows...

Paula Scott said...

Glass and wrought iron are two of my favorites shadow subjects and you have them both here! What lovely examples. That glass is to die for...

Ralph said...

These are all wonderful shadows, and the reflective color of these shadows are nice. But I really enjoy the las picture, with the rolling and scrolling wrought iron and the swirly shadow it leaves. An excellent set of captures!!

Darlene said...

You are becoming the expert on shadow shots with your shadows of shadows. Lovely photography, Sylvia.

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Ha! now your talking §;-)

You still have a nice sun peeping out for you to enjoy the fall? Great huh?

You rock this SS week-end, LADY!

xoxo

Anonymous said...

You are a creative photographer! Way to go, Sylvia!

Kay said...

Oooh.... That first shadow shot is especially interesting and artful.

Lois said...

Excellent shadow shots! Those dogs are adorable.

Sarah said...

Lovely shots as always! I really like the music box one.

Elizabeth said...

Such terrific shadows!
Yes, the macro setting is sort of exciting to play around with!

Sweet Repose said...

WOW...what a fun array of shadows, just seeing the sun was a pleasure for me, 38 degrees and flurries all day for us in Ioway!

Pacey said...

I love the shadow of that empty iron stand Sylvia. Thanks for the visit and have a nice weekend.

Michael said...

Nice shots there. Loving the dogs.

Japa said...

By the looks of it, SSS is addictive. But hey, the pictures are beautiful.

Japa said...

Beautiful shots. Like most the last, artsy.

Anonymous said...

The sun shining through the coloured glass is amazing and beautiful.

Quilt Works said...

Wonderful! My favorite are the two dogs! Great shot of the dogs and neat shadows!

Thank you for your nice comments on my lighthouse. Glad you noticed the little reflection pool, I scouted that area for a long time during the day, and then stood there for many hours waiting for the sunset, because there was only one spot from which you can see the reflection, and I knew if I was there someone else would be there and I would not get the shot :-) That's dedication :-)

Carletta said...

LOVE the color shadow in the first one! I have to agree with most everyone else as well that the wrought iron one is wonderful with its patterns!
Always such a pleasure to visit here. :)

MyMaracas said...

Love the green shadow on the music box, especially!Shadows within shadows - very clever.

Rambling Woods said...

A new camera..what fun and you got some great shots. Cute dogs... Thank you for visiting my grasshopper.. Michelle

magiceye said...

all so wonderfully captured!

Hey Harriet said...

The wrought iron shadows are very pretty but I have to admit to loving the shadow striped Sam Schnauzer one best! I'm a sucker for cute doggies :)

Beverley Baird said...

Fabulous shots as usual! I love to see what you create with the coloured glass!

kanishk said...

All the pictures are great. The color shadows are so nice. They are just beautiful. Love the dogs..so cute.
Happy Work From Home

Stine in Ontario said...

Great shadows, Sylvia! Your dog shadows are very nice.

sarayutouched said...

love all your shadow shots...especially the first one!! aren't new camera's fun!!!

have a great rest of the weekend!!

Sunny said...

I love all your shadow pics but the blue is really outstanding!
Sunny :)

Hannah said...

Hi, Sylvia! My favorite shot is with the green vase. It's so creative, I'm tickled! :D

Thanks for your visit. Warm greetings from Florida. :)

Anonymous said...

You always capture and share such interesting shadows. Love the forested ones in the next post too.
Hugs and blessings,

maryt/theteach said...

Oh Sylvia, so many amazing shadows! Tracy will certainly pick one of yours for her gallery this week. I have a SS up this week. come visit! :)

MonikaRose said...

Wow, all those shots are just amazing, especially the green and the last one, I just love spirals, thanks for visiting and enjoy your day and week..:) cya MOnikaROse

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

What a beautiful collection of shadows:)

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