Love the spidery shadows, Dianne!And ya know what? I never even noticed that bare tree branches DO cast what appears to be spider webs.Yup! Now I DO see what you see!HA!Fab shots, dear lady!X
And what terrific, spidery shadows they are! Fantastic captures and, oh, I do love those BLUE skies! Have a great day tomorrow! Hugs to Hope!Sylvia
Lovely crisp spidery shots.
I also am admiring the spidery shadows.The lighting here is so pretty, as is the clear blue sky. Enjoy your Sunday, Dianne. I'm going to spend some time with Duchess Linda of Norwich-Upon-Thames!
It casts a lovely shadow!
This is so cool....shopping with the spidery shadows. What do we buy? Y'wonder?Ribbit...hope you can join me sometime today! Happy week.
The angular building facades are well represented here. Soon, the lines up top will be obliterated by trees of leafy foliage. Of course, I'll prefer to shop on a warm and shady day to following my retail instincts on a wintry day...
The shadows do look rather web-like, good eye!
If you shop with spidery shadows, do you get a discount from frightened shopkeepers?MY BLINGLESS SHADOWA shadow’s an odd sort of thing;It might have a nose or a wing,A tail like a dog,A bump like a log,But one thing it has not is bling!© 2010 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadows in Solitude
beautiful shots. Have a nice dayhttp://graceolsson.com/blog/2011/05/measure-of-life/
At least these wont come crashing down on you ...
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