Saturday, January 29, 2011

Shadow Shots: Drifting

Drifts

Another quick shot in the cold, this one taken from the back sliding door. It's the path from the back door to the hubby's wood shop, mostly filled in by drifted snow. Without any references in the shot, it could be an aerial view of a mountain range, don't you think?

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14 comments:

sue said...

cool shot! (pun intended) I love the curved mounds of the snow and the jagged shadows they cast. Lovely.

Ralph said...

This could be a cabin view of a flight over the snowy Alps. The reference points are not there, so our imaginations add a unique sense of perspective. Which is a fun pursuit :>)

Sylvia K said...

It could indeed be a shot from a plane over snow covered mountains!! Incredible capture! Isn't it fun to have an active imagination! I love it! Hope your weekend is going well!
Stay warm!

Sylvia

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

Brrr....nice chilly shot!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

With drifts like that, I'm sure the path to the shop seems formidable!

IF YOU SEE A SHADOW

If you see a shadow
And want to keep it near,
Point your trusty shooter
(Make sure the lens is clear);
Press with care the shutter,
Do not slam or sock it—
Then you’ll have a photo
To carry in your pocket!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


A Splendid, Shadowy Door

Gengen said...

So cold shadow shot ehhe. Happy SSS!

Miss Becky said...

yes, it could be many things. I like the blue cast to the shadows. it's very artistic and I really like it a lot. so I guess hubby hasn't been to the wood shop lately? happy SSS!

chubskulit said...

What a gorgeous shadow shot.

My shadow shot, have a blessed Sunday!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Looks like a moonscape!

Mermaid Shadows

Hope you're having a super Sunday!!

Karen said...

A mini mountain range! I love the blue hues and the little sparkles. Terrific shot.

Joan said...

Yes, it does! Great shot.

Daryl said...

It could be anywhere . thats what is so wonderful about photography and imagination

Rambling Woods said...

I agree...very cool shot...

Johnny Nutcase said...

what a great shot! the shadows , textures, and composition are excellent!