Shadow Shot: Trellises and Walkways

I’m starting to participate in Shadow Shot Sunday, a photography challenge over at Hey Harriet. I might call mine Shadow Show Saturday because I’m in Seattle on PST and I’m 15 hours behind Australia! If I wait until Sunday, It’ll be Monday everywhere else in the world.

This is an art-related post (I am, after all Jean of all Trades). You’ll see some fashion shots here, but most won’t be. All the pictures I post for this challenge will show the interplay between light and shadow (that definitely fits my style blog theme). I really enjoy shooting shadows, and have a few in my bag already. Let me know what you think. Here’s the first set:

gilman village

Saks

arboretum

I shot these over the past couple of years. The first is most recent. It’s the trellis at Gilman Village, a quaint, olde timey shopping area in Issaquah, Washington. The second is the bridge that joins two department stores and saves shoppers from having to brave te elements. It’s in Portland, Oregon. Finally, the Seattle Arboretum. It’s another trellis, and the shadows it created captivated me.

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6 responses to “Shadow Shot: Trellises and Walkways

  1. magicalmysticalteacher

    You have this “thing” for shady places, don’t you? 🙂

    TALKING SHADOWS?

    Imagine a shadow could talk
    In whisper or rumble or squawk;
    Just what would it say
    To make you go, “Hey!
    You’re just a chip off the old block!”?

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Shadows abound here and here

  2. carmen

    Very intriguing photos! Looking forward to seeing more!

  3. Beautiful…serene, and oh so quiet looking. I think you saved the best for last.

    My shadow this week is of a horn cleat [what you use to tie up a boat at the dock]

    LINK

    Hope your weekend has treated you well.

  4. These are fantastic photos! Thanks so much for joining in Shadow Shot Sunday and I look forward to seeing more 🙂

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

  5. Very good photos, especially the first one.

    Regards!

  6. Beautiful shadowy photos!

    My shadows, hope you can visit and see. Have a great week ahead!

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