Saturday, September 24, 2011

Lady In The Water

I was at the marina leaning way over the rail to capture this shadow ...


When a shape appeared ...


Oh! Thank goodness, it's just me ...



20 comments:

Ron said...

Awesome shadow capture of you, Dianne!

And I also like the shadows cast along the railing.

VERY cool!

Have a FAB Saturday, dear lady!

X ya!

Paula Scott said...

Ah, but can you be entirely sure that it was just you??? ; )

Ralph said...

I was almost afraid that like in JAWS, the shark was as stealthy as your shadow. Then it was curtains for whomever was in the way of the shark's teeth...happily, this shadowy mass was quite benign!

forgetmenot said...

Glad you didn't "fall overboard" in your attempts to get a good shot. Love your shadow!! Have a nice weekend. Mickie :)

Patti said...

Eeek! Try not to lean too far in a quest for the perfect shot!

(I'm easily scared)

Glad that shape was your shadow and not something more sinister.

Hope you enjoy the weekend, Diane ;-)

Patti said...

sorry! typing too fast.

I meant "Dianne" - please forgive

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Bravery award goes to YOU!!! I can't swim....love the ocean and it's mystery and sounds, but I would be scared to do such a thing.

My Link: Backyard Shadow

Have a terrific weekend.

Sylvia K said...

Terrific shadow shots for the day, Dianne! It's fun to be surprised by your own shadow sometimes! We can turn up in some strange places! Hope you have a great weekend! Hugs to Hope!

Sylvia

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

At least the Lady in the Water was only a shadow and not a Damsel in Distress!

SHADOW BOLD

Shadow bold and shadow bright,
Shadow with me day and night,
Shadow taller than a tree,
Tell me what you think of me!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Desert shadows here and here

Kay L. Davies said...

I agree with Patti. "Eeek!" I'm glad you didn't fall in, although that first photo is beautiful enough to warrant taking the chance. Very nice work, Dianne.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Lucy the Cat said...

I have to admit that for a moment there I was afraid I was going to see more than your shadow! I'm so glad you didn't land in the water with your shadow! That being said, you captured some great shots.

chubskulit said...

I love your first shot Diane!

My shadow post,your comment will be highly appreciated.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

I like the first shadow shot very much.

Regards and best wishes

Spadoman said...

Lucky the Kracken didn't come up out if the water! That shadow shot is beyond words. I love those shots where the sun allows symmetry, and you saw it and almost gave up your life to capture it. This one is perfect!
Too cold to boat here in the Northland. Better head back to New Mexico.

Peace

Joan said...

This is great!

Martha Z said...

What a great shadow shot. It pulled me in, I had to study it for awhile.

Daryl said...

HA! I thought you might have caught a shot of Diana Nyad with a extra long lens .. maybe

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Don't let your shadow scare you!

Geraldine said...

How cool is that! And fun too.

bobbybegood1 said...

What a sense of humor. Luckily you didn't fall in. But, wait, you probably would have captured a wonderful pic of yourself falling overboard. Cheers!!