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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday!


Get out the magnifying glass, get into your best sleuthing clothes and start prowling your environment looking for those wonderful, but sometimes elusive shadows. This fun and challenging meme is hosted each week by Tracy over at Hey Harriet! Click on the  the blog title and sign up to play!! No sun this week just rain and wind and cold!! Yuk!! Ah, well, it gave me a chance to look at some lovely summery memories!! Enjoy and have a great weekend! 


Ah, for the lovely spring and summer days of sunshine and color and shadows!



50 comments:

sarayutouched said...

we are going to have to wait awhile for those summer days. it will teach us patience. winter always seems like such a long time...thank goodness for pictures to transform us back.

have a blessed weekend sylvia.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Shadows at the lakeside,
Shadows of the trees,
Will you disappear soon
In an autumn breeze?


© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher

jlshall said...

Beautiful photos! But now I'm getting so nostalgic for the summer just gone by.

Thanks for sharing the lovely memories, and have a wonderful weekend!
~ Joy @Joysweb

Tom Hilton said...

Ooh, I love the one with the glasses--great shot! Lots of other good ones here as well. Have a great weekend!

Sarah said...

Fantastic shadow shots! I couldn't pick a favorite.
Have a great day! ~ Sarah

frayedattheedge said...

Hi Sylvia . my favourite the one top left ..... and I laughed at your joke in the previous post. Hope you have a good time for Thanksgiving. Anne

Martha Z said...

I like your collage, Sylvia. Last night I was going through my archive, tagging and deleting, when I got to spring it was a shock, I had forgotten how lovely it is. These shots have the power to cheer us though the dark months.
May you see some sunshine this week and have a cheerful holiday.

Ralph said...

As always, your home is quite lovely, the patio as stunning as always in shadow. I love the view of the trees by the water, a warm look for a cool autumn. I spy the photo artist at work, too!

Dani said...

creative and delightful.

Happy SSS, dear Sylvia.

Beverley Baird said...

Such lovely shadows Sylvia! Such a great assortment!
have a wonderful weekend!

Kay L. Davies said...

Beautiful collage, Sylvia. So many lovely shadows.
The musical accompaniment is lovely, too. I don't often have the sound turned on.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

jabblog said...

Not much sun and light here today, either, so it's lovely to see your bright photos and their sharp shadows. Have a good week ahead, Sylvia :-)

Gallery Juana said...

delightful shadows.
Love the photo with the pencil-like trees.
have a good weekend.

Misalyn said...

so creative....beautiful photos!

Have a blessed weekend dear.

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Hi Sylvia :)
buona domenica a te !
Myriam

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Oh Sylvia...you always have the best shadows! Love the trivit and it's twists and curls - so very lovely...looks like it's waiting for a Thanksgiving pie :)

fairchildstreet said...

You are a marvel so many shadow shots. Love the blue. Charmaine

Sam said...

Really lovely Sylvia! That stand of trees beside the water is particularly lovely! Hope you're having a super weekend!

Dimple said...

These are all beautiful, Sylvia. First I liked the trivet, then the trees, then the steps, then...! Oh, well, they're all great!
Thanks for visiting!

kaykuala said...

Lovely shots. Just shows how a brilliant mind can see treasures in everyday things.

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

Icky here too, if you want a glimpse of the sun, you better think fast, not so much these days either and brutal cold and damp today...maybe warmer tomorrow...I can dream right!!! Have a great Sunday Sylvia!!!

chubskulit said...

Beautiful shadow collage Sylvia, enjoy your Sunday!

bitingmidge said...

One day, I too shall find my shadow and shoot it on a Sunday!

Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

Paula Scott said...

An extra generous serving of shadows this week! I love the wrought iron trivet along with the blue votive. Yummy shots!Hope you are having a great weekend!

MyMaracas said...

Love the lines in the one with the blue glass on the diamond shaped tiles. The one looking down the stairs is interesting; the light seems to be coming from opposite directions at once.

John said...

Beautiful shadow photos Ms. Sylvia.

Insulation shadows

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Your weekend postings always make me happy! From Sky to Reflections to Shadows -- you do such a great job. I have to build up my library of pictures, because there's not much of any of those three here in Oregon in the Fall. You keep posting to all three memes so beautifully even though I know you don't have a lot to work with nowdays either -- Seattle being just as gray-- yet your posts never seem like reruns. I'm so impressed!

Pagan Sphinx said...

Hi, Sylvia

You've assembled a collection of some of your best shadow shots! Love them!

Peace and a happy thanksgiving,
Gina

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Love your collage of shadows shots Sylvia,I really like the tree shadows and the stairs.

Have a great weekend.

Diane AZ said...

Hi Sylvia, Such a beautiful collage of summery shadows. The iron trivet and tall tree trunks are my favorites. I hope you get some sunshine soon. :D

EG Wow said...

Great shadows again this week, Sylvia!

Hey Harriet said...

This is an awesome selection of shadows you've shared Sylvia! My fave is the blue glass jar with the glasses! So cute! I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Your shadow collage just boggled my mind. Great job.

Alissa Nicolau said...

A great grouping of found shadows.

Marilyn said...

Oh I do love your shadows, I always look forward to seeing them. These shadows are as wonderful as ever. I hope you are having a great weekend.

magiceye said...

lovely collage!!

Kay said...

I think my very favorite is the row of trees with their beautiful shadows. That should be printed, framed and hung in your livingroom.

bea said...

I love them all but I have to say I think the best are the trees by the lake. Beautiful shot.
Barbibooo
http://barbiboo-bea.blogspot.com/

Arija said...

Your home must be absolutely beautiful, filled and surrounded by lovely shadows and pets.

How are things? \\Hugs . . . Arija

Spadoman said...

Good to get a reminder that there will be another Summer. Been cloudy here lately, but that's okay too. Muted colors will let us appreciate the Summeertime when it comes around again.
Good stuff!

Peace.

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Hello dear S!

Am late but make it today. Wow! that collage is absolutely fab!

I love the stair shot the best.

Have a great Sunda & SSS.

x0x0
/chie

fairfieldhousenj.com said...

Beautiful mosaic of subjects and shadows. I am especially drawn to the trees and the small blue bowls along your windowsill. Simple pleasures are life's blessings.

Deborah

Cassie said...

Terrific ShadowShots as usual!! (Yes, and I'm late, as usual. ~ Been a rough two weeks,traveling,funeral,traveling somemore. Now it should(italics if available)calm down. Have a good week. Oh & I like your newest Mubai masthead! blessings!

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love the silhouette of your shadow in this beautiful collage Sylvia.
& your banner color is so pretty - one of my favorite colors!

Gunsside said...

wOW WHAT A GREAT COLLECTION OF SHADOW SHOTS ;)
- YOUR GLASSES LOOKS great ;)

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

Lovely Sylvia! I especially like the trivet and the trees by the lake.

Team G Square said...

nice shadow capture

George said...

Thanks for sharing these summery shadows with us. I like your mosaic.

blogitse said...

oh Sylvia, it's looks like summer over there. In Finland it't real winter now. brrrr...
Have a good week ahead!

sweetmemoirs said...

creative shadow shots! i like it how you present them in a beautiful mosaic. :)
~Cher

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