Saturday, January 19, 2013

Shadow Shot Sunday 2

The most magnificent worldwide shadows are found every Sunday at This is all made possible by three great hostesses: Magical Mystical Teacher, Rose (Chubskult), and Gemma Wiseman.
 Driving through the shadows.

I could never capture such a magnificent shot with my little digital point and shoot.  A friend shared this with me.


Custom Comforts said...

The forest photo is beautiful, but I LOVE the bears!!! They made me laugh and I also admire your spunk. Enjoyed meeting you so much!

Olivia said...

Oh my goodness your teddys are darling and I love that shot, so yummy! xoxo Olivia

Ginny Hartzler said...

Both wonderful shadow pictures, and how opposite! Where are they?

Chubskulit Rose said...

Your shot in the woods is very relaxing!

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colleen said...

It's magnificent!

Shabby Brocante, Karen said...

What a fun party. I think we have the same camera! I love the picture with the sun beams streaming through. Just gorgeous!

Lynn said...

The filtered light in the woods is so magical. Best wishes.

bj said...

Such a stunning photo your friend shared. I love it.
Happy Sunday, dear one.
xo bj

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You'd be surprised at what a point-and-shoot will do; that's all I use!

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