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Saturday, 20 October 2012

Shadow Shot Time

 I thought this little shadowy "still life" would be an Autumn themed "shadow shot" for today.
The rosemary is drying in a German beer glass we picked up while living in Europe, so they come in handy for double duty ?
I love my little gourds .. have to have them every year or it wouldn't be Fall.
The garlic keeper truly does a great job in keeping garlic fresh : )
I find the shadow of the rosemary looks like a little tree .. kind of cute ..
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13 comments:

Nadezda said...

Joy, what a nice 'tree' shadow and your garlic keeper! I like its shape and protruding letters.

Country Gal said...

Lovely photo !

Ralph said...

These gourds make us think of harvests, the veggies that perfectly say autumn is here (better than any other vegetables do, and pumpkins are gourds too :)

The beer glass and rosemary make wonderful shadows! You have an eye for style and shadow...

robin. said...

such a lovely vignette...love everything about it cgjoy.

Sylvia K said...

A wonderful autumn shadow shot for the day!! I have some of those gourds and love the touch of color they add to my shelves!! Have a beautiful day!!

Karen said...

An excellent shadow shot, and I agree, it wouldn't be fall without the gourds!

Leslie's Garden said...

Hi Joy! Love this shadow shot, it's so comfortable and homey. I like the little gourds, too. When I went to buy some my grocery store didn't have any! We never have any trick or treaters any more. Such a shame!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

At first I thought you had a shrub there. I can imagine how nice the rosemary smells. Nice photo.

Lea said...

Very pretty!
Have a blessed day!
Lea
Lea's Menagerie

Chubskulit Rose said...

Beautiful spot!

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Have an enjoyable weekend.

Marguerite said...

Beautiful shot. Do you bring a rosemary plant inside for the winter or just dry it all? I'm trying, once again, to bring my plant inside but I can see already the darn thing is starting to get powdery mildew. I have the worst luck with overwintering those things.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Yes, I am wondering if you leave your Rosemary out for the winter also...I have one that I have to decide on.

Love the shadows.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

CanadianGardenJoy said...

I think I forgot to answer all of my commenters here .. sorry it has been one of those posts that rolled over me .. thank you though for stopping by and chatting with me ? : )