Shadow Shot: Eye Spy

Time for another Shadow Shot Sunday (it’s Sunday in Australia, home of the shadow shots). Today I gathered a few images related to eyes and spying.

Theses first two pictures were experimental shots taken through the peep-hole on my front door. They’re both quite different. I like the shadows cascading onto my doorstep and the fish-eye distortion.

eye spy

peep hole

This eyeball sculpture was in a downtown Pittsburgh park. I shot it when I visited Steeltown in 2010. Oddly, Seattle has a few eyeballs like this too. I don’t know who the artist is, but I will try to find out. I’d like to compile shot of these eyeballs in many cities.

eye sculpture

Finally, closer to home (or rather in my home): I walked into my kitchen a few months ago and saw a pair of spooky eyes staring at me. They were reflections from the metal lids of two canisters I keep on my counter. Who’s watching you?

evil eyes

Don’t forget to check out everyone else’s Shadow Shots!


Filed under Art, Photography

13 responses to “Shadow Shot: Eye Spy

  1. I love the eyeball sculpture, it would be cool to find the artist and see where his stuff is installed at.

  2. Kelly

    Wow, you have some really clever shots today!

  3. I have never seen an eyeball sculpture. Very cool!
    Very creative shadow shots you have. 🙂

  4. Great eyeball sculpture indeed! I’m curious as to where they are in Seattle! Maybe I could find them and get a shot of them as well! Enjoy your weekend and have a very Happy Easter!


  5. magicalmysticalteacher

    I like your spy shot!

    Will She Forgive Us?

  6. An eyeball art collection! What a great idea! My husband is not at all interested in photography except for the fishbowl effect on my camera!

  7. Love that last shot.

    Garden Shadows
    Your beautiful contribution to shadow shots 2 is greatly appreciated.

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