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Saturday, January 8, 2011

SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY

I AM JOINING HEY HARRIET FOR SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY-GO VISIT AT HTTP://WWW.HEYHARRIET.BLOGSPOT.COM FOR SOME GREAT PHOTOGRAPHY. AS YOU CAN SEE IN THIS PHOTO THE DEAD STILL CAST A LONG SHADOW.
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15 comments:

Sylvia K said...

A stark but very moving shadow shot for the day! Welcome to the weekly fun! It is addictive, but such fun! Hope your new year is off to a great start!

Sylvia

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Wonderful shot showing the shadows and the trees with all the leaves gone. Kind of sad and pretty all at the same time. Hugs, Marty

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous shadow shot!

My shadow shots, hope you can visit, thanks!

Hey Harriet said...

The dead do seem to still cast a long shadow! Very nice. I love all the different angles of the various shadows. Enjoy the rest of your weekend :)

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

I enjoy walking around cemeteries...what a super photo the shadows make.

Mine this week is a heron casting its shadow near the marina.

Here's the direct link

http://hootin--anni.blogspot.com/2011/01/shadow-of-heror-his-smile.html

Have a great Sunday.

LauraX said...

strong and simple shadows...cemeteries are such peaceful places to photograph and just sit and contemplate.

Christine said...

Nice shadows! I love walking through cemetaries. You've captured the shadows against a wintery background perfectly.

xinex said...

Great shot! I know you like to visit cemeteries. You should try to make it for this year's "Angels on the Bluff" here....Christine

Blondie's Journal said...

Beautiful shot! Cemeteries can be so peaceful and pretty. Glad you were able to get your shadow picture and thanks for stopping by my blog...I loved your visit!

XO,
Jane

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

Hi there, ya won't see any shadows around here this morning because the sky is just dark and snowy looking. We still have a fine mist of some kind falling, ya can't see it, but can feel if hitting your face. We got a mixture of snow and ice, and so far have not lost power, thank goodness. We didn't get nearly what they said we would, and I am fine with that! All businesses are closed and they are saying stay off the roads unless there is an emergency because they are so dangerous. Glad you still have power, and I hope this is over for a while. Stay warm.

Miss Gracie's House said...

Interesting image!
THANK YOU for the sweet words and visit to my place!
Rene

Keri said...

oh how i wish i didn't have to write this from my phone. love ur blog and value your comments in mine. will com back later from a pc. promise. love, keri from spit and glu

Angela said...

What a beautiful photo!! I haven't mastered the settings on my camera yet so I have a hard time taking "trick" shots. Thanks for becoming a follower of my blog and stopping by for a visit! I am following yours now too! :) I got my gumdrop tree from ebay several years ago but I'm sure you can still get them. Have a fabulous day! ~Angela~

SavannahGranny said...

I laugh everytime I pull up your blog. Your baby is so adorable. I just want to scoop him up. Love the shot of the cemetary. My daddy taught me to drive in a large urban cemetary. He said I couldn't kill anyone there.
Thanks for your visit. I bet you do beautiful flowers.
Hugs, Ginger

Boonie S said...

I like the photo and I love your dry wit even more.

Have a good week, Boonie