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Saturday, May 5, 2012

SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY 2: ME AND MY SHADOWY GERANIUM.......



An experimental shot of a geranium which needs cutting back to develop a healthier
plant formation for both leaves and flowers.  But the darn thing keeps flowering in
ways that catch my eye to photograph!  I do not want to cut it back
while it is presenting such pleasing aspects of itself!
               
                  


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12 comments:

  1. This is my type of Post all the way around. A Shadow and a song!!!

    Wonderful!

    J

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  2. i don't blame you margaret!!! this is a great shadow of itself!!!

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  3. Your geranium gave you a wonderful shadow for this shot. Very nice!

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  4. Your geranium seems to have a distinct sense of personality and will! It even dares you to mess with its shadow! Enjoyed this post!

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  5. That flower must be a narcissus! After all, that's the flower that loved itself to death. And your geranium is definitely preening, even leaning toward the shadow for a closer look.

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  6. Both are lovely!

    Thanks for your contribution to SSS2!

    Joy and Shadow, have a blessed Sunday!

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  7. Experimenting is fun specially when it captured the unbeatable shadow we are chasing for.

    Good job.

    Happy SSS.
    /CC

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  8. you shall cut it when the winter approaches. :)

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  9. I think the shadow is stunning. In a way it is prettier than the actual plant. Maybe because of the silhouette quality of it there on the wall. Great capture. genie

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  10. I agree, it's very hard to cut away beauty! Great capture!

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  11. Beautiful shot. Happy RT2!

    Mine's here.

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