Sunday, January 25, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday

I've had my eye on this meme for a while but haven't posted anything under it yet so I'm pretty sure this is my first post for it. I took this one a while back and really liked it. I hope I haven't posted it before on this blog. I thought it was appropriate - there are shadows from tree's leaves, the shadows under the benches and even shadows in the background.



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15 comments:

Barbara said...

I truely enjoy this picture. I visited the meme and will definately have to try my hand at shadow shot pics the next sunny day we have. Thanks for sharing.
Smiles B

Rosebud Collection said...

Beautiful shadows..Good job..
Happy SSS..

kjpweb said...

Nicely done! Good shadow catch!
Cheers, Klaus

June said...

Very nice entry into the meme!

Jan said...

Love all those shadows, great choice for today.

Darla said...

cool photo and what a neat meme!

George said...

You've done a beautiful job capturing the shadows in this picture.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

A most interesting composition in black and white TB.

Hey Harriet said...

You sure did manage to capture a whole lot of shadows there! Great shot! Thanks ever so much for joining in SSS. Yay! :)

M.Kate said...

Great shadows!

Paz said...

Awesome shadow shot! You've got two of my favorite subjects -- shadows and benches -- and I love that you have this in B&W. Glad you could join in on the fun with us! ;-))))

Paz

Dianne said...

I love this shot! the B&W and the lines!! perfection

Perlouez said...

Found you thru my "smooth jazz" profile. absolutely luv your photography. will keep coming back. you are a talented sister, keep it up! i'm new, visit my blog if you like The Write of Fashion
LOL, Perlouez

Raven said...

What a lovely shot! Welcome to Shadow Shot Sunday. I'm relatively new to it myself and am finding it great fun. I also enjoyed your lovely flower shots and the wonderful Santa Fe Dam shots. Beautiful.

Perlouez said...

Black and white, my favorite, so much more detail to concentrate on without the ditraction of color. Sepia anyone? :) Perlouez http://www.thewriteoffashon.blogspot.com/ Peace!