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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Shadow Shot Sunday!

Welcome to the shadows of Shadow Shot Sunday!
Your hosts are:Magical Mystical Teacher
Rose (chubskulit)Gemma Wiseman


It was one of those perfect English autumnal days which occur more frequently in memory than in life. P. D. James



October is a symphony of permanence and change. Bonaro W. Overstreet

Autumn burned brightly, a running flame through the mountains, a torch flung to the trees. Faith Baldwin

26 comments:

Jo said...

Always wonderful, Sylvia. Your images and the quotes. I love your header too! Hope your weekend is great. (I'm in transit between East and South Africa.) Greetings. Jo

Betty Manousos said...

beautiful and inspiring as usual.
love your beautiful images. and quotes.

have a great weekend~xo

Team G Square said...

Wonderful images . Especially the spider web.

Indrani said...

The web looks amazing! Great shots!

TexWisGirl said...

the web is beautiful, but i love the pagoda tower, too!

robin. said...

i was out shooting spider webs myself this week. they are just starting to appear here with the heavy dew!!! happy weekend Sylvia!!!

MyMaracas said...

Oh, so beautiful! GREAT spider web, and all are so peaceful.

Karen said...

Great shots Sylvia, the spiderweb is awesome!

colleen said...

On fire with light! I have been trying to photograph spider webs but haven't got one as good as yours yet. That is one tightly woven web!

Ralph said...

Well, it is still summer - although autumn is now a mere week away offer us views of sun and shade, the dappled shadows combining with the light for engaging and warm views. The spider creates a symmetry in its web - an awesome capture! Enjoy the sun in the Northwest while you can!

Rajesh said...

Great set of images.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I know that some people are creeped out by spiders, but rather enjoy their antics! Thanks for the spidery shot.

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Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Autumn definitely is ushering summer out in a hurry, isn't it? Beautiful series of images here. I think the spider web made me gasp-in a good way, though. Hope your son's wedding turns out to be everything you would hope it to be!

Gemma Wiseman said...

A very beautiful, sun-dappled leafy walkway in the first photo. And the intricate circles in the spider's web are fascinating.

Kay said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I love autumn. Your photos capture it beautifully. Hope you're having a great weekend, Sylvia.

Mama Zen said...

That last shot is breathtaking!

Chubby Chieque said...

Hello Maam Slyvia,

Wow! I really appreciate to see the spiderweb. Looks so dramatic.

Hope you have a great Sunday with your lovelies, Maam.

Hugs from D´Box,
/CC girl

Patti said...

Beautiful shadows, Sylvia! And that's a great shot of the intricate spider web.

Enjoy your weekend!

Beverley Baird said...

Such lovely photos and shadows! The web is stunning!
Hope you are having a wonderful weekend Sylvia!

Jack said...

An autumnal day which is more frequent in memory than life . . . that is a wonderful description.

Sandy Carlson said...

Thanks for these true and beautiful words and images.

Stewart M said...

The memory of landscape is almost always better than it was in real life! I like the picture and the quote.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gorgeous shadow shots Sylvia, autumn shadows are fabulous.. You find the best quotes.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Hello Sylvia girl !
These are all beautiful shots but I have to say my favorite one is the spider web .. they can be difficult to catch in a picture BUT you did a fantastic job of it!
Beautiful .. with a wonderful feeling of Autumn on it's way : )
Joy

Huldra said...

What a beautiful place! Love the Yin and Yan cats of yours too :)

Norma Ruttan said...

You always find the perfect quotes to go with your magnificent captures. P.D. James is one of my current favorite authors. And how can you miss using Faith Baldwin's words?

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