Thursday, March 3, 2011

Sun Paintings In My Kitchen

Evening Sun paints my Pothos that hangs in the corner of the kitchen and is the cause of much happiness as i wait each day to see what it paints. I love the shadows on the wall.

 The morning sun streams in the other window painting everything in sight. Each day it moves and paints something new.
A day without sunshine is like......

 well, night

19 comments:

Snapper II said...

I especislly like the flowers. The bowl of fruit looks like the orange is floating in the air.

LC said...

Anyone who finds beauty and happiness in such simple things is truly rich. And is that a tomato in your fruit bowl? I guess if it was one of your bucket tomatoes you would have let us know!

The Retired One said...

Very creative shots. Loved them!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Sandra, and a day without one of your photo essays is well...disappointing!

DawnTreader said...

Nice captures of light and shadow... My favourite is the fruit bowl picture!

Ginny said...

I love the pothos shadow, and the fruit one. The pothos one does look so sharp that it could be painted. I guess everything has an evil twin!! Not 15 minutes ago I was looking at the shadows on the rug wondering if I should take pictures. I didn't. I love finding good shadow pictures, but they are rare. There's also the late afternoon sun!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Great paintings.

srp said...

Night or a very, very, very, extraordinarily long total eclipse of the sun.

Chatty Crone said...

Love your sun paintings and I love the two words - sun painting - never thought of it like that.

Hey I have something on my blog for you.

sandie

Regina said...

"Here comes the sun"..yes, what would we do without a little sunshine? It's been kind of overcast over here lately..enjoyed the shadows..now I'm off to town (sad face)

S. Etole said...

I love those shadows, too. They seem especially sharp this time of year.

Remington said...

Yes, night is right....ha ha! I love the pics. You have a way of capturing so many things and making them interesting! A true artist!

Mama-Bug said...

Never thought about shadow paintings on the wall; that's pretty neat.

Ann said...

In Singapore, they call your creeping plant Money plant.

Ann said...

Very cool. I never thought of it like that, sun painting. I like that.
Not only is a day without sunshine like night it's also like a winter day in Pennsylvania...lol

George said...

I like your sum paintings. The shadows are especially intriguing.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great pictures, Sandra---using the sun and shadows.... You all better eat those nanners... They are getting soft.. We keep ours in the frig and even though the outside may turn blackish--the inside is nice and firm.. There's nothing worse than a soft banana--unless it's time for banana bread!!!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

SquirrelQueen said...

Great shadow, the Pothos makes a nice one. I love those plants, I have a Golden Pothos in my living room.

A day without sunshine.....is cloudy, overcast and pouring rain. That's what tomorrow is suppose to be like here.

photowannabe said...

Nice shadow plays, especially the flowers. I like your fruit bowl too.
If we can ever get over the sickies at our house, I'll get out and take a shot or two, too.