Saturday, September 27, 2008

Shadow Shot Sunday: #8 For Me


Couldn't help but try and catch a COLORED shadow this week! Never mind the dust...it...um...adds to the ambiance...yeah, that's it. :)

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11 comments:

Hey Harriet said...

Hey Toni this is an awesome shot! I love the colours and the sweet soft lighting. I LOVE the dust too! You're so right! It does add ambiance! Sandra (from Bubble Babble/Aimer blogs) said dust also adds texture. I'm glad there is such an appreciation for dust! ;)

Have yourself a great Sunday!

Sandra Ree said...

lol, I did say that Harriet, because it's so true. And I should know, my house is full of texture!

Toni, your colour shadow shot is beautiful! Nice job...every week! :D

The Summer Kitchen Interiors said...

I am so fascinated with these colored shadows! Love the shadow and the reflection and the color - very cool!

Greyscale Territory said...

Really beautiful! And I love how the coloured shadow appears on a wallpaper wall to add extra interest! And dust? What dust?

Annette said...

I feel a bit silly saying this but i don't think i have ever seen a coloured shadow before. This is fabulous Toni - very clever, well done. annette :0)

Sweet Repose said...

Not dust...artistic flare...we all have it you know, we're artists we can ignore it...right...what a great shot and of course you know, we are all going to be looking for colored shadows now!

sharon

Gallery Juana said...

Wow, great job with the colored shadow. This is a romantic shot, and My imagination takes me away to far imaginary places.

Rosebud Collection said...

Very pretty..I like the way it looks on the wall..Good job.
Happy Sunday.

Paz said...

Ohhh! A colored shadow. Very, very cool!

Paz

Ali said...

Great shot Toni! This is like a 'sister' shot to Hey Harriet's this week`:) I love the colour and patterning.

janie said...

beautiful, brings me right back to my childhood, when Dad used the oil lamps during the power cuts, but we kept breaking the tall glass chimneys they were so fragile:)
I don', think he has any left now, poor fellow.