Saturday, November 28, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday


Sunday in Australia, Saturday in the U.S. Wherever you are, Tracy is hosting Shadow Shot Sunday for us once again. Thanks, Tracy.

I was waiting in the parking lot for my daughter to come out after her dental appointment, and I liked the way the shadows looked on the steps of the office building.


Then I headed home again.

25 comments:

Dianne said...

I love the shadow lines on the brick steps
and of course, you take the best shadows of yourself :)

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

The worst kind of shadows are those in Hiroshima and Nagasaki caused by the atomoc bomb light.

Deborah Godin said...

Those crazy step shadows are fun! And you've lost weight...you're a shadow of your former self...heehee

BLOGitse said...

Nice shadows!
Mine - not a candy! :)
Thanks for your visit!
Have a good SSS!

Sylvia K said...

I love the shadows on steps, makes for a really interesting pattern. And of course, I love your shadow!!

Enjoy your weekend, Bobbie!

Sylvia

Diane AZ said...

Wonderful how the shadow zigzags up the steps and great self portrait!

Ralph said...

The shadow on this building seems so right, the multiple angles of the office complex...the shadows from large to well detailed on the brick steps. The photo artist at work seems a bit mysterious as a shadow, the artist at work. Nice captures!

Paula Scott said...

I love the 'story' that these two images tell. Good job!

Carolyn Ford said...

The texture on this wall makes the shadow all the more interesting! Good one!

Catherine said...

stairs and railings are always good shadow sources...lovely shot

Hot Fudge said...

Who would think that something beautiful could come out of a dentist's office? Well done!

Patti said...

Love the self-portrait. I guess you have short hair, judging by the shadow.
I'll have to keep that in mind to do some day.

The shadows on the steps are like soldiers in a line, or something in similar formation.
I like the sky and trees reflected in the large windows. Nice capture.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

The brick steps really add some complexity to the shadow railings!
Too cute how you added yourself coming home.
Karla & Karrie

moe lauher said...

steps and a self portrait - my posting is similar.

Ramblings of a Villas Girl said...

Shadows are always fun. Like the one of yourself. It looks like you acting all sexy.

Rambling Woods said...

Those are interesting shadows and love the one of you Bobbie

Hey Harriet said...

Those zig-zaggy shadows are cool! As is the other one. It's nice to be home :)

Lily Hydrangea said...

I like the shadow of you the best Bobbie!

Gerald (Ackworth born) said...

I like the shadows on the steps

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Very well taken, Lady? I love the colour contrast of the building. So neat.

& yours shadows isn't bad either. B&W? lovely...

Happy SSS

storyteller said...

Love the shadows and the reflections you've captured in the first photo of the office building. Thanks for dropping by mine at Happily Retired Gal. I'm just getting around to visiting this morning ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

maryt/theteach said...

Great shadows, Bobbie! Your cartoon on Afghanistan escalation is so right and poignant...Keep your fingers crossed re the president's announcement Tuesday.

Jane ... said...

Great shadow shots! I like the shadow zigzags and the various textures in the dental building and steps too.

Daryl said...

Wonderful .. I love your shadow

GardenAuthor said...

Nice! While I'm always charmed by nature's shadows, structural shadows make such strong statements. Enjoyed your "artist at repose," as well.