Sunday, 19 June 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday



Virginia Creeper
We have a little galley kitchen which we are re-hashing. I under coated the window yesterday ready for tiling. The Virginia Creeper on the west wall crept in when the wind blew and left a shadow all across the wet paint.
Gosh! That's exciting! Hope you've had a riveting weekend too! Oh and Happy Father's Day to all you lovely Dads. Hope you got spoilt rotten!

15 comments:

  1. Pretty shadow. Our day was about as exciting as watching paint dry.

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  2. just as well that shadows don't actually mark paint!

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  3. Hi Molly, I'm so happy that I've located you again. thanks for stopping by my place too! this shadow shot is a delight in its simplicity and light. happy SSS Molly!

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  4. I was thinking what Friko said - good thing shadows don't mark wet paint!

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  5. Your Virginia Creeper shadow shot is marvelous Molly!! Happy Father's Day from here too!!

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  6. Molly, I've missed you since you've gone private! Will you add me to your list of invitees?? Glad to see this blog!!

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  7. Leaving is a shadow in wet paint is MUCH more exciting than watching paint dry!



    I ONCE HAD A SHADOW

    I once had a shadow—or did she have me?
    My shadow and I could never agree.
    I would say something, she’d say the reverse;
    Our arguments flared, my lips I would purse,
    Refusing to speak to her anymore—
    So my shadow got up and marched out the door!
    I have not seen her from that day to this—
    That’s one stubborn shadow I surely don’t miss!


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Shadows here and here

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  8. Lovely as usual Molly. You always capture a gem.

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  9. Beautiful shadow patterns!

    Late visiting for SSS, here's some more shadow shots, have a great week ahead.

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  10. Oh I was going to say it was much more exciting than watching paint dry but I was beaten to it! I think it's a lovely capture! Have yourself a great week :)

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  11. Just lovely you are very clever

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  12. I hope the kitchen is coming along well Molly, I am trying so hard to be patient with the farmer as I live with my half finished extension into the kitchen, I hate upheaval but know it will be worth it in the end, so thinking of you and your kitchen.

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  13. ...I didnt but then I have no kids.....

    lovely photo

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  14. So enjoyed your last two posts, the soft fruits just make our mouths water. Thankyou yet again oxo

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