Saturday, August 1, 2009

Shadowy SOOC

Proof that we've seen some sun this summer

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15 comments:

Rose said...

I like how the knobbiness of the tires show in the shadow...is knobiness a word?

Jacob said...

I "spoke" too soon. You did get some sun. Now I feel like a third wheel!

Jan said...

Fun SOOC, today. Glad you got some sun.

Small City Scenes said...

Love your shadows. I guess I don't think to shoot them or maybe I don't see them. I will be more watchful. MB

Jeanne said...

Fun capture. I know what you mean about the proof of the sun. We've had a summer like that. Tough getting good SOOC shots outside when it's grey and gloomy. Grab every sunny chance you can.

PERBS said...

Super neat shadow! Hey! If you have to wait for it, you appreciate it more. maybe you will keep it longer now? You can have soem of our 107-109 temperatures. . . we did get relief today -- it was only 99!!!!!

Ellie said...

Are those two bikes? perfect shadow - so sharp on the road! Great work!

cieldequimper said...

Lol! The sky is grey here today and menacing again! Excellent grainy photo.

Becky and Gary said...

These are cool shadows, and it's good to "prove" you've gotten sun. It's so illusive around here this summer, as a matter of fact it's raining here again. .
B.

BJ Roan said...

We have sunshine today, but it rained yesterday. Nice shadow shot, and it does prove sunshine still exists. ;)

Hyde DP said...

ah another shadow shot - lovely

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Great Shot! Love all those shadows and the texture of the tires. Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://splummer-aviewofmylife.blogspot.com/2009/08/straight-out-of-camera.html

Tammie Lee said...

great shadow. I enjoy your composition.

Spirithelpers

Carletta said...

Super SOOC shadow!

Patti said...

cool shadow shot ~ so you have been having a lot of rain and clouds, too!

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