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Saturday, February 13, 2010

SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY - THE CONUMDRUM!






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17 comments:

  1. These stovepipes are alike, yet they feel different. The real one is a rusty metal, efficient but not so stylish. However, the shadow seems more striking, more artistic. It feels more alive than the original...

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  2. Great shadow shot for the day, Margaret. I agree with Ralph, the real one looks hardworking but old and rusty (I can personally relate to that), and the shadow looks big and strong and more artistic not to mention younger!!! Have a great weekend! Happy Valentines' Day!

    Sylvia

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  3. I love the bit of whimsy! The two pipes definitely appear to be caught in conversation!

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  4. The shadow is great - but the bricks are amazing, I love the colours!

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  5. I agree with Serendipity. The shadow is great but those bricks are fantastic. I also enjoyed some of your older posts.

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  6. LOL! Must observe the proprieties . . .

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  7. Ha! You have a fun sense of humour. :)

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  8. Ha! They could be twins. One just eats a little less than the other. I also love the brickwork. It's a gorgeous background!

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  9. What a great picture and shadow.

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  10. Priceless caption for the photo! Somehow the shadow just doesn't seem to quite match the rusty thin counterpart!

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  11. Wonderful shot, the colors of the textures make this a memorable photo...well done!

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  12. am loving your urban architecture shots...and thanks for the water tower!!

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  13. This is why I like shadows. As the light changes so does the shape and shading, a study all in itself.

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  14. The earthy tone is amzing beauty. Loving it!

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