Sunday, June 20, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday

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31 comments:

  1. Dear Kass, great photo.

    You ask me if I have written a poem about my belief or definition of God. I started searching in my files...most of my poems have a little bit of that, but not quite about a belief or only just a flash of what I sense it should be, ...hard subject... I will think of the most appropriate poet and put it in my blog.

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  2. Gorgeous. Some things look so fantastic in black and white.

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  3. Oh I love black and white photos! And old wooden bridges are beautiful! Great photo!
    Kels

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  4. I had to laugh at the title of your blog! teehee...my nephew had a speech problem as a little boy and used to call me Aunt *ssie. No joke...never liked that kid!!

    Terrific Shadow Shot!!

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  5. Perfect B&W bridge image, love it, but your poem below blew my socks off...wonderful!!!

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  6. Kass, I meant to tell you that my great- grandfather that i wrote about had the nickname Cassie during his days as a professor. I didn't find this out until after I named my son Cassidy ( who I call Cass sometimes) that shares the same middle name.

    Kim

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  7. What a fabulous shadow shot. The rhythm and depth created by the shadows of the railings are really inviting.

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  8. That's stunning! I love it in black and white! Thanks so much for joining in Shadow Shot Sunday :)

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  9. Excellent! Is it some kind of bridge?

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  10. beautiful, beautiful picture Kass!! hunting....

    loveNlight
    Gabi

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  11. The shapes and lines and light in this photo are stunning, Kass. Thanks.

    It' s beautifully balanced, like an open air cathedral.

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  12. Great shadow shot. And the composition is wonderful.

    Hope you have a great day.

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  13. Loving the comment you left this morning ... and the image I find here.

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  14. Fantastic shadow shot, looks great in monochrome too.

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  15. I love that shot! Looks like it leads to adventure.

    Thanks for visiting FT-L -- and yes I did take the picture of the alligator my ownself! We were on the boardwalk, above the swamp. I sat down and stuck my point and shoot through the fence slat and just captured that little baby!

    I loved your "about me" on your sidebar and I'll come back again.

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  16. That is a stunning shot, Kass! Black and white images really speak to me. They show things as they really are...

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  17. Wonderful photo, I love it! The black and white adds so much to the effect, great job!

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  18. This is such a gorgeous evocative photograph. I am reminded of on of my all time favourite films: Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café.

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  19. Followed you over from Eryl's blog.
    I have read your comments before but the one that really interested me was your latest one on her paintball post... OK ! I need to know... now !
    Now back to your blog... I am a big lover of shadows and this is a wonderful photo.

    cheers, parsnip

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  20. Hi Kass...Love the bridge shot!!
    Happy night to you!
    hughugs

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  21. marvelous! this is a winner.
    i love b&w photos, have started dabbling around some myself.

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  22. Dear Kass, thank you for your comment on Call For It.
    About anxiety poems...I have written some of them, it's easy to choose one, I'll put it for sure in my next post.

    All my best, Davide ( Tommaso )

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  23. A covered bridge? How very cool! I think seeing it in black and white really highlights the contrasts too. Great shot!

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  24. VERY cool picture! Great composition, and the black and white really plays up the shadows and highlights.

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  25. Wow, so striking. A moment of trompe-a-l'oeil, like looking at a reflection in water.

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  26. I left a comment on this last week but obviously did my usual trick of exiting too quickly!

    Anyway, to the best of my memory I said something like how the bands of light through the railings makes me wish I could lie down with the keyholes shining on my face and that it reminded me of walking home along the park tops, as they were called, in the autumn when the low sun shone through the acid leaves and gave that strobe effect - and I'd walk fast to make it more so - and it was like being inside a pin hole camera or similar..and that's what I thought of when I saw the picture, and as Elisabeth said, it has very much the ambience of a place of worship. Even though I am a non believer I do love the peace and spirituality of many churches and temples and this picture captures that feeling beautiful. And I like the composition of it, the angles and , obviously, the lighting.

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  27. Rachel - I love this comment.

    Keyholes shining on my face.

    Park tops? What are they?

    Acid leaves, strobe effect. Walking fast.

    Pin hole camera.

    You may be a non-believer, but I believe every word you write in a way that I need to believe in things.

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