Friday, August 12, 2011

Shadow Shots: Signs

So Blue


What do you suppose it means when a grown woman can amuse herself for hours with a feather and a rock?

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Kiki aka Victoria said...

Mega-gorgeous...for so many reasons!! Pure beauty and magic...I am a feather kindred..i am sure you can tell ha ha!!
Thanks for this enchanting post

Ralph said...

I'm not sure how to answer your question...The feather looks like a quill, a fountain pen of sorts. The plume is simply shaped, perhaps aerodynamic. The bird that lost this one probably does not miss it. Thus, we admire it, and like you, stare at it. And were grown ups too :)

EG Wow said...

I think it means she's probably a photographer. :))

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The feather itself almost seems to be a shadow...


If shadows could jump,
How high would they go?
As high as the moon?
Does anyone know?

If shadows could weep,
How long would they cry?
As long as it takes
To climb to the sky?

If shadows could laugh
And tell funny jokes
Would you take them home
And say, “Get this, folks!”?

If shadows could wed,
Would they prefer you
Or somebody else
To promise, “I do”?

© 2011 Magical Mystical Teacher

Shadows on this door and this

Paula Scott said... means that she must be a kindred spirit! I can easily do that. Or with rocks and leaves. Or, just rocks.
Glad I stopped by here-great shots!

Sylvia K said...

Yep, I agree with Paula! We do have fun playing with those cameras, plus all those other little feathery, rocky, leafy things don't we? These are great! Hope you have a great day!


Daryl said...

Means she is a photographer!

Rambling Woods said...

You know that I love feathers..there is something so fragile, yet strong and evocative...

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice compositions and your photos, too.


chubskulit said...

Gorgeous! Visiting here for shadow shot.

You can find my entry here, have a great week ahead!

Scott said...

I think you did a great job with these. The texture is amazing.

Cassy said...

Such a beautiful shot!
Looking forward for more updated posts!

Cassy from Learn Electric Guitar