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Sunday, August 2, 2015

chilly shadows...


view of Mornington's main street near the old Mechanics' Institute...

chilly shadows
where the sunlight struggles
to glow



Welcome to the shadows of Shadow Shot Sunday!

Your hosts are:

Magical Mystical Teacher
Chubskulit Rose
Gemma Wiseman


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May the sunlight and shadows always be with you!

14 comments:

colleen said...


That must look really cool when the wind shakes the leaves, as if the building is moving.

Jeannie Marie said...

Interesting thought about sunlight struggling.

bj said...

Such a beautiful shadow shot....

Ralph said...

The autumn means fallen leaves and bare trees. Yet even a weaker seasonal sun still allows for lovely shadows on a magnificent building!

Clairejustine oxox said...

Whoo these are great shadows!

Thanks for hosting..

Ruth Kelly said...

The tree leaves create interesting shadows on the walls.

Kathe W. said...

Lovely poem and image! We have HOT shadows here!

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

But, the sun does hint of warmth! Hotter thaqn heck here whislt you in the midst of cold.

GreenComotion said...

Hi Gemma,
The shadows of the leaves on that main door is very beautiful.
Great photograph and fine find!
Have a Wonderful Weekend!
Thank you for hosting.
Peace :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I remember the days when nearly 100 people linked up to the old Shadow Shot Sunday. And now? It's kind of sad the way people don't share and don't interact anymore...

Angie said...

dappled shadow as leaves quiver.

Sara Chapman said...

Really, really nice one. Love the way the shadow is the main player here, while not reducing the importance of the rest of the scene. So well done.

Norma Ruttan said...

magnificent building! I love the shadows playing across the whole building given even more depth to its architecture. unique take on the sun struggling to glow

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Oh that's a great shadow shot! Thank you for hosting, it's been a while - happy to be back joining in the fun. Have a wonderful week.

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