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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday : Iron Scrolls

Time for more shadow shots! 

This is part of a beautiful bakers rack that we have outside that used to hold plants.  No plants on it now (don't ask).  But it does create some pretty great shadows against our house.

The ironwork has gotten nice and rusty over the years, yay!  

It's a long weekend for us here in the States!  Yipee!  Hope you're all enjoying your weekends!  

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Mandy said...

hi again...lol...love the scoll work...!!!xxx

Rossylalah said...

Love the scrolls.

Diane said...

Great shot! Gee, I wish I had that sunshine here!

Limar said...

Lovely shadow-pics! :)

Spadoman said...

That's funny. I try to keep my iron things from getting rusty, (at least my car and my motorcycle anyway). Great shadows. It does look good with that rusty patina. Now get busy with some plants.


helenmac said...

lovely curvaceous shadows in honor of the sun! We may have sun on Memorial day -- we hope, we hope!

Jessica Watson said...

Hi E! Beautiful shadow! I went out and took a shadow shot myself this morning - we had 3 minutes of sun, lol! I got too busy to post it for this Sunday but will include in a later one. Thanks for your comment on my blog - if you ever make it up to Oregon, pop on by and sit for a spell in the magic chair - you never know what might happen...!
Jessi xox

Beverley Baird said...

That scrollwork makes gorgeous shadows!
Have a wonderful holiday tomorrow!

Carin said...

Nice! That baker's rack makes beautiful shadows!

Sada said...

Love this. Beautiful.

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

I LOVE THIS! You and I think alike as I know that I would take a photo of the same thing. Beautiful.

Trudy Callan said...

Thanks so much for mentioning me in your previous post. I'm glad you started your blog because you are a phenomenal artist. I always enjoy seeing your work. You are very inspiring, and you have a beautiful blog. I am quite impressed.

Anonymous said...

Oh now that is just too great - and you have given me an idea of what to do with that bakers rack that I didn't want to get rid of but don't want in the house anymore!

Kristin said...

What a nice comment from Trudy - I've been thinking so much about her - and she is SO right!
Love this - wow - I did not realize that it has been so long since I've been hopping around - it's been a week! Hope to get together soon - let's check out that class schedule - maybe July? Love to you, xo