Saturday, January 2, 2016

Daylight Lamp Shadows

 Unusual, right?

Is it just my imagination or is this lamp flexing it's muscles?

More common

Not sure why this lamp has a chain. Maybe someone is stealing lightbulbs??

I am linking to Shadow Shot Sunday 2 HERE.

20 comments:

William Kendall said...

I like both shots, EG!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! I like them both, too!! And I agree with you -- I think that first one is flexing its muscles!! Fun shots as always!! Hope your weekend is going well!! Enjoy!!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Both those lamp shadows are striking shapes. Artistic photos.

Revrunner said...

Maybe not so much the lightbulb as the lantern.

Ralph said...

I love the one on top - it looks like an ungraceful gooney bird (or other flightless avian) trying to reach the sky. A wonderful pair of shadowy subjects :)

Michelle said...

Let's hope someone isn't stealing either the bulb or the lantern.

Kathy said...

You have a very vivid imagination!

Rose said...

I love both of them for different reasons. The first reminds me of the squirrel on Ice Age.

Anvilcloud said...

The top one is quite unusual.

Malia Craig Tagg Lawrence Page said...

charming.

Cloudia said...

very nice

Kay said...

Nice! But I found myself looking for a letter formed by the first one. Instead it looks a little like eyebrows and a nose to me.

Taken For Granted said...

Fine pattern in those shadows.

Nancy Chan said...

Very nice lamps but the first one is very unique.

Andy said...

This first one... strange. I wonder what the designer had on his mind.

Jim said...

Terrific style of lamp.

edenhills said...

Nice captures. It certainly does look like it's flexing.

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Yes, unusual! No, it's not your imagination-it is flexing it's muscles!!!

Jeevan said...

It seems the chain protect only the lamp and not light bulbs! Love the light and shadows on both

Indrani said...

Great finds, cool captures.

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