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Saturday, 5 January 2013

Shadow Shot Time


Yes ... once again I am "shooting" shadows in my back garden ... it is going to be a long winter and I know I have to find another subject matter at some time ... BIG sigh !
For now ... this is it ! .. click on the Shadow Shot icon to see a variety of shadows other "shooters" have found around the world : )

16 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

These snow and sun-drenched shadows are so magical! Delightful patterns!

Sylvia K said...

Such beautiful, snowy, shadowy captures for the day! Hope your new year is off to a great start!! Enjoy!!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Nice shadows. I need some sun so I could see some around here. WHINE.

GRACE PETERSON said...

Beautiful wintery-shadow shot, my friend! I guess this means winter has officially arrived in your neck of the woods. Stay warm and cozy! Happy 2013.

Marguerite said...

Looks like everything is fully buried now. It hasn't stopped snowing here since last week I think (I've lost count at this point). Each day brings a new snow fall and we're quickly getting buried deeper and deeper.

Country Gal said...

Hey it's the same here with all my photos of the same birds I am sure others are board with the same kind of photos on my blog ! I will have to get out and get shots of icicles and other things lol ! I like your shadow shots . Have a good day !

Leslie's Garden said...

Oh my goodness, Joy! It looks so very, very cold! I am always amazed at how beautiful Canadian gardens (and our Northern gardens) are, when considering how they spent all winter buried and frozen. I think the cold and snow must give you something special! Plus all your bugs get killed! I still look at your gardens when I'm planning my own for next year. I did buy a Heuchera this summer. I hope it will survive and come back strong. How much shade do you have yours in? Mine is in the shadiest part of my garden. I like your new header. YOu have so many wonderful plant combinations, I could stare at it and take notes forever!!

Ralph said...

The southerly sun illumines the GWN very nicely - I almost see the railing and its shadows almost like prison bars that overpower your garden. Yet the impending spring will arrive fairly shortly, and the garden plants will escape their winter jail. Nice snowy shadows!

Heather said...

It's hard to find a variety of outside shots in the winter, isn't it... today I went out and shot some pictures because it turned out to be a beautiful day, but sometimes I wonder if I am getting something different or not! The key is we should all look at things from a different perspective even if it seems we are looking at the same thing... there are always small changes, one just has to look... and there is beauty everywhere! Cheers!

manyslices said...

Oh, but each season has its distinct treasures of beauty. {though I am sure its a stretch of the imagination come the end of winter in Cananda}. By the looks of it here in upstate NY its gonna be cold, snowy, and long too.
I love the blue slantey shadows.
Cheers,
Leah

Catherine said...

What beautiful snow shadows - so serene

Kalantikan said...

Those are truly awesome landscapes! Very dramatic even when cold. I have not experienced snow in natural settings, but let me show you warmth through my tropical colors while you are in deep winter! Happy New Year!

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Hi everyone and thank you for stopping by .. I have tried to get to each of your blogs for a little visit too : )

Jazzbumpa said...

Nice shots.

Spring will get here.

Eventually.

Cheers!
JzB

Vane M. said...

Fico encantada com as belezas do gelo...no Brasil não vemos isso. Um abraço!

MaiThreeBoyz said...

I find snow shots and scenes so beautiful, not having them here in the tropical country of ours. These are wonderful shots.