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Saturday, January 16, 2010

SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY - STILL LIFE WITH UTENSILS











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18 comments:

  1. I had an almost identical shot prepared for SSS this week, but I put in another one instead. See my entries for 1/16 to see the likeness. It's called 'Illusion'. I must say your are more artistic. But they would be, wouldn't they!

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  2. Neat! Shadows and reflections both in these.

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  3. Who knew cooking utensils could make such fascinating shadows!! These are terrific, Margaret! Love the shadows and the reflections!!
    Hope your weekend has been good so far!

    Sylvia

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  4. You have such a great eye! And a well equiped kitchen.

    Our takeaway fish and chips aren't served in newspaper wrapping. They once were a very long time ago. I'm not sure why it was stopped. It's a pity as it was a nice way to recycle the papers...

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  5. I love that something we see and use everyday can be transformed into art. There are so many patterns to the shadows. And the golden light is perfect to compliment the scenes.

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  6. That's what I call life in a kitchen...

    Fantastic, indeed! I never thought that utensils can capture such a nice shadows.

    TY for sharing some ideas for next SS...

    Happy SS!

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  7. Very nice shadow and reflection!:-)
    Have a great sunday!

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  8. Your kitchen utensils cast some really pretty shadows!

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  9. How creativ and imaginative of you to catch those shots. Lovely. B : )

    Why don't you come on over to my blog and visit a while

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  10. kitchen utensils do make lovely shadows don't they?

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  11. those utensils come in handy for shadow shots as well as cooking. great shots.

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  12. Very very good shadow shot work!!! The 3rd photo is my favourite :)

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  13. I think you hit the jackpot today.
    Really wonderful genre shots.
    I'm glad everyone admired them.
    I once saw candles hidden under a colender
    as a trendy decoration
    or maybe they were hidden in a cheese grater
    rather fun!
    But really lovely.

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  14. What a cozy kitchen to collect those shadows! Beautiful!

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  15. such beautiful textures and light! I Love this!

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  16. Wonderful idea - love the composition and the shadow through all of those utensils!

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