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Saturday, 23 November 2013

Shadow Shot Time


Shadow Shot Time arrives again with me thinking where did this week go ?
This shot has been "warmified", it has characteristics from "organic" to "geometric"
I was fascinated by it when it came into view one morning, and so be it here for you to see as well !

Today has been the first day I have seen snow flurries .. so the "Great White North" is gearing up for old man winter and there is no getting away from it.
Alas .. we need this down time even though it is not much of a down time with renos and huge "what the heck just happened now ?" .. too long a story to go on about here.
So I am recommending that you click on that SSS icon and travel the world of shadows .. enjoy !!

16 comments:

robin. said...

Hi CGJoy!! You have me thinking..."i hope everything is okay!!" you know how to find me!! LOVE the shot today. warm and inviting!!!

Sylvia K said...

What a great shadow shot and I love your composition!! Thanks for sharing the sunshine and I hope you have a lovely, sunny weekend!

Rajesh said...

wow! just perfect.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Delightfully artistic shadow shot!

Ralph said...

The door and hardware is indeed warm in feel, the tan wood feeling like a sunny and warm day. Even in the GWN. Alas, it is chilling all the way down here near Long Island Sound. Obviously winter waits foe no one, so the warmer the shadow visually, the warmer I feel!

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Even we, down here in the greater SW will not be exempt from snow as a storm heads in this way. But, your 'warmified' image does help send the chills away!

Christine said...

Hi there Joy! Love your shadow shot today and hope you're having a wonderful, if snowy, weekend.

Country Gal said...

Nice shot ! Yes we are having snow fall and it is windy and darn cold ! Thanks for sharing . Have a good weekend !

Maggie said...

Intriguing capture.

NatureFootstep said...

double shadow. Looks great. The handles are beautiful. :)

RobinL said...

Probably my favorite of your shadow shots. Bitter cold here too, and that means the end of garden world for this year. Time to take a break from the garden blog for a bit, nothing much to see.

GRACE PETERSON said...

Uh oh. What the heck happened? How are the renos coming? Did you get the flooring in the bathrooms yet? I'm trying to remember where we left off.

The shadow shot is beautiful. You take the best photos. And I love the banner photo of Tiger Eyes too.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Thank you all you lovely bloggers for dropping by and leaving comments .. I truly appreciate it !

Andrea Scott said...

Hey joy. Now I just have to come in here ad shake up your world. YOU BETTER START ANSWERING YOUR EMAILS WOMAN. haha Or I'm going to go into your garden and spread around weeds. The deep rooting kind!

Jennifer said...

Its is interesting that objects that appear to be straight in the image throw two pronounced curves.

Diana Studer said...

aargh, once we sell this house, and move to the next one, and decide what we want to do - we will also be trapped somewhere like you.

Without the snow ;~)