Saturday, 8 December 2012

Shadow Shot Time

There it is .... a cold silent rock with sharp edges .. but what of it's shadow ?
Softer edges perhaps? vulnerable? .. a complete opposite maybe ?
Visit the other worldly shadow shooters and ask those questions of their shots and see.
 Are they so different?
"Click" on the icon and judge for yourself : )

12 comments:

Crafty Gardener said...

Love your background. They say fools seldom differ ... and I use the same one.
Interesting shadow. No shadows visible today as it is raining, raining, raining. I guess that is better than snowing, snowing, snowing. (in my opinion)

Sylvia K said...

Great shadow shot and I do love the soften edges of the shadow as compared to the rock itself!! Isn't it fun where we find them once we start looking!! Have a wonderful weekend!

robin. said...

LOVE THE NEW HEADER...especially the one on the bottom right...reminds me of my sweet blue. i have lots of shots just like that one!! love the softer shadow edges of the rock...reminds me people who tend to have that rough exterior but are marshmallows inside. happy weekend joy!!!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Yes, I think the shadows are soft and vulnerable. Good shot!

Lady of Sorrows

Chubby Chieque said...

WazzUp, Lady? How are you and the rest of your lovelies?

This is a great shot. Crispy shot means sunny day. Perfect.

Have a blessed day.

Hugs,
/CHie

P.S.
Scroll down to my older posts if you want to see my Tablescapings. Hope you like and come back another day for another setting, §:-)

Ralph said...

This rock appears to be a flagstone, flat and pointed. Although upon a second glance. the shadow is far beyond a flat stone as the shadow seems to indicate the depth of a much thicker rock. Unless the flagstone is floating in the air which would be eerie. The plot (if not the stone) thickens...

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Loving that rock, hmmmm if I had a few more like that....I could have a rock garden.

Great shot.

Jen

manyslices said...

good observation on a pretty shot
Cheers,
Leah

Heather said...

First of all I wanted to say... love your header!!!! Gorgeous! As for the post, what a lovely rock, love the colours... shadow is a lovely colour, kind of a blue! Cheers!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Happy SSS. I love your new header photos.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Such a vivid and solid shadow shot!

Sea Horse Shadow
Hope you'd come and see when you get a chance.

Marguerite said...

What an intricate looking stone. Lots of variation in that piece. Is it local to the area? I noticed while driving through Ontario several years ago all the rock there, it's quite beautiful.