Saturday, January 16, 2010

Shadow Shots: At The Parking Lot







SHADOW SHOTS

30 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Hey, terrific shadow shots, Dianne! They're really sharp and clear, most of them this time of year look more murky than sharp! Amazing where you find them though once you start looking! Hope you've had a good weekend so far!

Sylvia

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Very clear shadow shots - nice captures!

storyteller said...

Wonderful variety in your shadows today ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

~Just me again~ said...

Nice shots! You must have got up prettty early in the morning for that....or it was Sunday and the place must have been closed.

Ralph said...

The shopping cart collection devices make impressive shadows full of arcs and lines - who thought that boring steel tubing could make such artistic shadows?

The light in the bottom pose is great, I see an oddly shaped bird hovering on the wall, the imagination at work...Happily you were not just here to shop!

Mountain Photog said...

I love the art you find in everyday subjects! The top three, in particular, are beautifully abstract. Love them!

Hey Harriet said...

I really like this set! Especially the simplicity of the black shadow crossing over the white lines in the second one! These are neat!

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

I thought this is in a hurdle field. He he... am going silly this week-end while analysing all shadow shots!

Very clean and cool set of shadows.

Job well done, D...

Happy SS

Arkansas Patti said...

Such an eye, such an eye. You make me realize how much I miss.

bobbie said...

Wonderful shadows. The most ordinary things do create exciting patterns for us.

Spiderdama said...

This is wonderful shadows and I like all of them:-)
Have a great sunday!

Crafty Green Poet said...

I like the geometry in these shots...

Sweet Repose said...

Fun shots...very Sci-fi...even a parking lot has fun in it, did people wonder what the heck you were doing...ha!

Gerald (Ackworth born) said...

a lovely set of shadows.

frayedattheedge said...

Lovely well-defined shadows!

Golden West said...

The black and white is rally effective for these shots - nicely done!

maryt/theteach said...

Look what you did with those mundane cart railings, Diane? Fantastic shadows! I see those all the time and never am talented enough to see a great photograph! Thanks for your good wishes! The procedure went very well! :)

sarayutouched said...

great black and whites...unique and lovely.

Martha Z said...

Great shadows in that parking lot but I don't see any cars. Caught by the recession of just early morn?

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

I like!
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Patti said...

I see a UFO hovering in the last one.

The shopping cart returns make great shadows, and I know how you always go for those lines and angles.

;-)

With a few loops thrown in for good measure.

Rebecca said...

Love the interesting lines in that first shot.

Stine in Ontario said...

I know I have an over-active imagination, but I'm imagining the hug, hug, HIGE flower that's casting a shadow on the building in the third and fourth photos.

BLOGitse said...

Sun and shadows playing at the parking lot - fun! :)
Have a great week!

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jabblog said...

Great shots Dianne. Once you start looking shadows are everywhere.
Re: the Seven Dwarves - yes, Slushy and Grubby were two of them along with Sniffy, Pokey, Gropey, Slobbery and Misery ;-)

Daryl said...

Love these .. especially the first .. I am preoccupied with angles .. I think part of its due to the shadows they create .. super stuff!

LDH said...

Wow, you have great shadow shots! I am new to this and have to learn to keep my eyes alert for shadows!

Thanks for stopping by my place and leaving your comment!

Kindly, ldh

Pagan Sphinx said...

These are perfect in black and white and sepia. Love them.

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