I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
I miss you Sam!!

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Shadow Shot Sunday!!

Come play with us and the shadows!!
Your hosts are:
Magical Mystical Teacher

Gemma Wiseman

Hope everyones new year is off to a great start and filled with the good things, the fun things!! Have a wonderful weekend!

To be wronged is nothing unless you continue to remember it.

To err is human
To forgive takes restraint;
To forget you forgave is the mark of a saint.
Suzanne Douglass

Winter is nature's way of saying, "Up yours."  Robert Byrne


PerthDailyPhoto said...

Sam looks pleased to be home Sylvia, the Confucius quote is very true, its never good to hold on to negative feelings. Beautiful lacy shadows also.

Leovi said...

Some beautiful shadows, excellent lighting, I like. Greetings.

robin. said...

the winter quote...the facial expression is spot on!!! happy weekend sylvia.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love your new header. I love all your photographs and your shadow shots are always my favorite, especially when you get your puppy dog engaged with them.

Anonymous said...

Love Sam's silver eyebrows! And what lovely golden light.

Catherine said...

Love those lacy shadows on the wall - happy new year sylvia.....

TexWisGirl said...

Sam made me laugh. :) love the secnd shot.

Anonymous said...

I'm giggling along with Tex at Sams quote.
Great shadow shots here, Sylvia.

Keep warm, be happy and healthy!

Norma Ruttan said...

the first two quotes are good reminders for letting go, also I'm writing them down for my own good.
love the shadow of the lace curtains!

Ralph said...

Your home looks so warm in its (unusual?) sunny Settle sky. The shadows emphasize the solar heat and beauty...and Sam looks resplendent in self and shadow too!

Patti said...

Sam is always ready to pose! His shadow makes him look large..

Love the header as well as the quotations you've shared, especially the one by Suzanne Douglass.

Wishing you a Happy and Healthy New Year, Sylvia!

Sérgio Pontes said...

Have a nice weekend, regards

Gemma Wiseman said...

Such gorgeous mellow light in the first two photos! Especially love the lacy curve of the curtains in shadow! And it's so good to see dear Sam! Such a handsome character!

Karen said...

I really will have to get some lace curtains! I love those shadows! And of course Sam is super cute as always.

Al said...

Great shadow shots, Sylvia - Sam looks cute as always. I hope you're enjoying the start of the new year, and I'll give both Socks and Laika (another tiny dog we're looking after for a week) a pat, please do the same for Sam! In fact, they're both about to get a walk.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful light and shadows with the houseplants! I love the quotes too!

Kay said...

I love the atmosphere in these photos, Sylvia. Have a wonderful Sunday.

Kalantikan said...

I love how you used the light in these shots, love most that first one!

Spadoman said...

Dear Ms. Sylvia... I love them all, but really like the lace curtains against the wall. Great shadows. I hope all is good with you and wish you the best New Year and beyond.


Yoshi said...

The second photo is awesome along with nice quote.
Have a wonderful Sunday.

Anonymous said...

Lovely shadow shots...I love how the curtains play on the wall.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Sylvia girl .. you made me laugh so hard at this last quote! How true is THAT!
I am totally in love with the middle shadow shot .. it is absolutely beautiful .. love that gold glow and the shadows .. very calming and relaxing to look at : )

Jazzbumpa said...

Is that a spider plant in the lace curtain shadow?

Looks rather mysterious.


Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I hope you take those lacy curtains with you when you move; I love the shadow effects. Don't know who Susanne Douglass is/was, but that quote is great!

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