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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Shadowy Sculpture



Shadowy sculpture at the Enchanted Maze Garden, Arthurs Seat

dreaming dreams
maybe seeing yesterdays
a little sadly


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!

21 comments:

blogitse said...

What a statue!
I'm happy to be back again, have a good Sunday!

sylvia kirkwood said...

Wonderful, mysteries shadow shot for the day and the perfect words! Thanks as always for the weekend fun!!

Ralph said...

Perhaps a stern yet sentimental look at his history. It appears to be a wistful time of reminiscing the days of yore...

Jim said...

A fascinating sculpture

Sophie A. said...

The shadows add some dynamics to the wonderful sculpture.

Nice capture. :)

colleen said...

Very imposing and intriguing. I can't quite tell what is going on with the red color.

Sara Chapman said...

Fascinating sculpture and nice, crisp shadows. Love the sense of clear air it gives.

Kathe W. said...

awesome sculpture- sadly true words. Have a lovely day!

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Gemma a beautiful shadow shot indeed .. and wistfulness is deeply embedded in this sad face .. it truly speaks with no words, yet yours are so terribly truthful.
Joy

Doug Peabody said...

Interesting how the shadows fall on the face. Ironically my post is of a statue.

Jeanne Baney said...

I think the poetry captures the pensive expression. The shadows add great drama.

Kaya said...

Gemma, you found a beautiful wooden sculpture and photographed it wonderfully. The shadows make your image three dimensional!

Jenny Short said...

She looks so real. Good job. xo Jenny

Jo said...

Gemma, what an AMAZING shot. Thanks for sharing. I hope you're keeping well. Greetings. Jo East Africa

Simone Weichenhain said...

Great Statue!

RNSANE said...

He does have a bit of a sad countenance. Perhaps, he doesn't like being in shadows so much!

My Shadow Shot Sunday 2 Post is at:

http://rnsane.blogspot.in/2013/08/shadow-shot-sunday-2-vegetable-seller.html

photodoug said...

Gemma, the shadow enhances the sculpture.

robin. said...

the depth that this artist has captured in those eyes...is simply amazing. and the words work perfectly with the shot.

Gillena Cox said...

fantastic shadows, fine piece of sculpture; have a good Sunday


much love...

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Very moody and dramatic effect with those shadows on that sculpture!

Ruth Kelly said...

Oh my, let us find beauty in all things.

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