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Saturday, March 2, 2013

Shadow Shot Sunday!!

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

Rose
(chubskulit)
Gemma Wiseman

http://shadowshotsunday2.blogspot.com/
Character may be manifested in the great moments, but it is made in the small ones.
  Phillips Brooks

If you wish to travel far and fast, travel light. Take off all your envies, jealousies, unforgiveness, selfishness, and fears.
  Glenn Clark

32 comments:

ladyfi said...

Oh, how lovely to see sun and flowers! Beautiful shots.

Ralph said...

I really like that Tiffany style glass all by itself - however, the multiple colors isn shadow are artistic and fun at the same time. This glass allows the oft missing SEATAC sun work magic anyway!

robin. said...

your post shouts spring sylvia. very lovely!!!! happy weekend!!!

Lowell said...

You do shadows very well. Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!

MyMaracas said...

How I long to see crocuses again! Thanks for the breath of spring.

Norma Ruttan said...

oh, how I love your current header! my favorite so far. perhaps it's the mystique of the bottle being washed upon the shore. :)
love the Tiffany (style?) glass and its shadow/reflection!
Clarks' quote is good whether one travels or not!

Leovi said...

Impressive ... I love these shadows on the flowers, have creating beautiful tones, exquisite and very beautiful!
Saludos.

Karen said...

Those flowers are just gorgeous!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It embarrasses me that you live in the so often gray Northwest and yet you get so many more wonderful shadows than I do here where the sun shines. The glass shadow lights are just beautiful.

Paula Scott said...

Oh! I really love that last shot! The votive mosaic shadow is awesome! Made my day!

colleen said...

Like 100 wide-eyed pupils! Liz Taylor purple.

TexWisGirl said...

the 2nd shot is great!

Mama Zen said...

Pretty shots!

Gemma Wiseman said...

A very pretty play of shadows! And so love the chequer board of coloured shadows! Beautiful photos!

Arija said...

Do you already cave crocus flowering? I'm just looking forward to my autumn crocus here.
Wonderful shots, especially the colourful shadows of your tumbler.
Hope you are enjoying good weather.

LV said...

Always a pleasure seeing what great shadows you will find with the appropriate words.

acreativeharbor.com said...

Wonderful shadow shot of the mosaic glass and great post with beautiful flowers and words ^_^

SandyCarlson said...

Crocuses!!!! Yes!!!!!

I love the second quote. It reminds me of why I am glad to be older.

Arti said...

How pretty are those flowers and how thoughtful is that quote! A very nice post Sylvia.
Have a great sunday :)

Indrani said...

Fantastic tip to travel light!
I like that colored glass.

magiceye said...

Both images so bright and beautiful!

Kay said...

Good gracious! Those are the most beautiful crocuses. Spring must almost be here.

blogitse said...

Spring flowers and sun, I'm happy for you!
Here in Helsinki it's been snowing since yesterday but this afternoon it should stop.
It's going to take loooong time before our spring flowers are blooming...
Happy Sunday!

JM said...

What a lovely bouquet!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Your shadow shots of ordinary objects are endlessly fascinating!

Ruffling the Shadows

NatureFootstep said...

that is a delight for winter tired eyes. :)

Haddock said...

That light on the flowers has given magical results.

Lorri said...

What lovely shadow scenes! Have a wonderful day!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Beautiful shots Sylvia.

Betty Manousos said...

a perfect match for those great quotes. your photos make me aways happy with their beauty and charm.
i really like those beautiful crocuses.

enjoy the rest of your weekend~

Beverley Baird said...

The flowers are gorgeous! Love the coloured shadows as well!
Hope you've had a wonderful weekend Sylvia!

Gunn said...

Wisdom and great images! Thanks for sharing!

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