Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
You pays your money and you takes your choice, but I think I like the first variation the best.
A great random sampling of angles and shadows playing...:)JP
You're having way too much fun, playing in the shadows. Looks good, though!
Ah, I do agree with Lowell!!! You are indeed having all kinds of fun playing in the shadows and it's beautiful fun and even better since you share it with us!! Hope you're enjoying a lovey, shadowy weekend!! Enjoy, but do stay warm!!
Simple and fascinating.
Lovely patterns in these shots with bright light and shadows.
I adore you eye and what you come up withWarm ALOHA, ComfortSpiral (\__/)(='.'=)(")_('')
Shadows are always fascinating. I vote for no. 3 with its wonderful repetitive symmetry. The swan in the previous post is almost like shadows on the sky.
Your basic louvers can be so boring - but with these complex shadows invading this louvers now ad style and artistry to the normally boring shutters...
I don't know if I am just really dense tonight, or what, but I never would have thought this was a shutter. I don't know what I thought it was, but for sure not shutter. It made some wonderful images.
Cool shots, EG! My dad has been in the hospital so I haven't been able to visit for a couple of days but I loved the swan sculptures too!
very creative! These are simply exquisite to looks at.
Those are some complex shadows.
I love how you played around with the different orientations-really gives a different perspective!
Such wonderful symmetry in these photos - very well done, Tina!Have a Beautiful Day!!Peace :)
You have a great eye for interesting photos EG.
Well captured shadows
Interesting light and shadow images!
This shutter shot from the different angles and positions is fascinating. I just shows all the wonderful things you can so with a creative eye and a camera. This is lovely.
very cool images and shadows!!!!
These really show off the play of light and art of shadow!
These are really cool!
I love you Shutter ART... Shutters and sunshine, nothing better except of course to have a camera in hand
I will never look at a shutter the same way again.
real artsy with the changing of perception
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