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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Shadows of Security



Shadow shapes from a security spot light on the wall of a tennis club in Dromana

Protection shadows
Casting a light's safety net
Waiting for the night


Welcome to the shadows of Shadow Shot Sunday!
Your hosts are:
Magical Mystical Teacher
Rose (chubskulit)
Gemma Wiseman

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May the sunlight and shadows always be with you!

17 comments:

Catherine said...

a nice dramatic shadow created here...

Vane M. said...

Gosto disso...as linhas retas sobre a pedra. Um abra├žo!

Sylvia K said...

Love your shadow shot for the day! So crisp and clear!

colleen said...

Intriguing. I never would have guessed what it was.

Paula Scott said...

I love your night sentry!

A Quiet Corner said...

Once I read what it was, I couldn't believe it was lights!...:)JP

Kathe W. said...

lovely sentiment and shadows

Norma Ruttan said...

lovely combo of textures! Till I read your explanation, I thought, "How do bells provide protection?"
have a wonderful weekend

Chubby Chieque said...

Hello Gem,

How are you? It's been awhile I am away or not joining my first meme ever in blogilandia. I really missed joining. How's your year end?

This is an intriguing shot! I thought it is an tulip or a flower stand still enjoying the beautiful day in Victoria. Ahhh... how I missed Melbourne.

Enjoy your Sunday, Down Under!!!

Greetings from a frozen city of Stockholm,
/Chie

namaki said...

This makes a very delicate shadow. Have a nice weekend !

Lighthousegal said...

Great shadow shot, never would have guessed it was a shadow from a security light. That is part of the fun of shadows!

Doug Peabody said...

Love that upside down look. Nice capture. I've posted.

Judy SheldonWalker said...

I feel so much safer now knowing that there is security. ^^

Spadoman said...

I like the upside down nature of this shot. I also love the haiku. (As I couldn't figure out what it was a shadow of without it). I tried my hand at adding haiku to my shadow shot today, following your lead.

Peace

Lorri said...

Nice eye on this lovely shadow shot.

Gillena Cox said...

the shadow has imaged a delicate sumie floral design on the wall

much love...

LV said...

Shadows on the wall always make for interesting shots.