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Saturday, January 12, 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

NOTE:
** Please just link to your SSS2 post and not your whole blog.
** Please include a link to SSS2 in your post so other participants may be viewed + so we can clearly see that your post is about shadows.



May the sunlight and shadows always be with you!

17 comments:

  1. a nice dramatic shadow created here...

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

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

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  4. Intriguing. I never would have guessed what it was.

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

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

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  7. 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

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

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

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

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

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  12. 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

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  13. Nice eye on this lovely shadow shot.

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

    much love...

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  15. Shadows on the wall always make for interesting shots.

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Always remember, a sign of shadows means a sign of light.
Namaste.