Saturday, October 25, 2008

Shadow Shot Sunday #23




It's Sunday again in Australia - the start of a new week. But I'm going back in time. I took this picture quite a few years ago. That's me on the left, and my daughter, Kitty, on the right. We are standing on the boardwalk behind the old Cape May City Convention Hall, looking down at the sand. I'm sure there must have been shore birds that we were watching, and I'm sorry that they are not in the picture. They must have made some interesting shadows themselves.


I have always liked the picture. In fact, I us
e it as a screen saver. It brings back pleasant memories.



If you would like to join in with your own photos for Shadow Shots, please follow this link, or click on the logo on my sidebar. Chasing shadows is fun!

Thank you, "Harriet", in Australia, for hosting Shadow Shot Sunday and putting together collages of the photos used each week.



And thank you so much, Tracey. How very kind of you to give each of your participants the Super Sweet Shots Award! It's just one more reason to love your Shadow Shots Sunday meme.

31 comments:

Ramblings of a Villas Girl said...

I can understand why you like this picture. Very nice.

Congratulations on your award. You are deserving. You take beautiful pictures.

Greyscale Territory said...

There is a real gentle closeness in those shadows! Just beautiful!

Sylvia K said...

It's a great photo and I can see where it would bring lovely memories!

Gallery Juana said...

I like this shot. I love shots with memories.

onangelwings said...

I love the idea of this meme. I just might have to join in.

Paz said...

Wonderful shadow shot!

Paz

Hey Harriet said...

A very sweet dreamy shot. The best photos are always the ones with happy memories attached to them :) So happy to read that you're enjoying SSS. I'm enjoying your participation too! Have a fab weekend :)

High Desert Diva said...

Great shot...wish I were at the beach!

Lisa B. said...

That is such a lovely shot! I can see why you love it so much!!

Sweet Repose said...

Anything at the beach is a keeper for me, so seldom these days I get there.

The Summer Kitchen Interiors said...

Sweet picture! The relationships between mother and daughter are special....glad that you captured it!
Karla & Karrie

Alissa Nicolau said...

This is a very sweet photo. How nice that it also holds the key to a sweet memory.

Deborah Godin said...

I just went "Oooooh!" as this photo loaded onto my screen. What a lovely memento of a moment, captured. A very nice meme idea, too.

Kay said...

What a very interesting idea. Shadows almost seem to tell a more mysterious story.

Lily Hydrangea said...

this is such a sweet photo. I can see how you would bring up nice memories.
I have something for you over at my blog Bobbie.
; )

Ali said...

Bobbie, this picture has such a nostalgic feel to it - I really like it!

Gina said...

These shadows make such a lovely picture..it could be hanging on your wall in a frame even... Happy Sunday!

annette said...

No wonder you use it as a screensaver!! Its a beauty :0)

Elizabeth said...

Yes, the picture has lots of charm and has the aura of remembering past times.
Lovely.

me ann my camera said...

Your photos shouts volumes of companionship, while stopping for a relaxing moment together.

Daryl said...

nice .. memories included .. I like pix like that

:-Daryl

~michelle pendergrass said...

So relaxing!!

Webradio said...

Nice shadow !

Claire, said...

I love this shadow shot. Together yet apart.

Dianne said...

that's a beautiful award!

and a beautiful photo
very sweet and wispy

Toni said...

Pictures that bring back the warm fuzzies are the BEST!!! It IS a great shot!

Rosebud Collection said...

Great shadows..Isn't this a fun time?

M.Kate said...

Very nice SSS, almosts nostalgic..hope you are having a great day :D

Olga said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. Your photograph is amazing!

Trannyhead said...

I love these shadow photos. I especially love the stories that come with these photos - it's so wonderful to have some context for the intimacy of the picture.

I can see why you always liked this picture!

Kay said...

You have such a gorgeous grandson!