All those shadows are so pretty. You would think after all this time Bob wouldn't have to ask.
Very nice shadows. Since blogging, I notice things like shadows more. Enjoy your day.
Being a photographer helps you see things better. Great dappled shadows.
Oh he "saw" the shadows, after you said that. But he didn't *SEE* the shadows, the way you *SAW* the shadows, because of loving to take pics.We lucky camera-toting-people, add so much to our lives, by being addicted to taking pics. "Auntie" sezzzzzz...!:-)
gee, you got back from your 'trip' to texas mighty quickly! :)
I really like these photos, Sandra. Makes you pay more attention to detail. I'm glad you took them just because ........you could. Enjoyed them.
And why not! Deccy x
Woof! Woof! LOVE the 1st shot. Happy Sunday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar
Silly Bob...he must have jet lag from the Texas trip...not to notice...
Great post as pre norm...ironically there was an article in yesterday's paper about how to take great pics of shadows of leaves on trees...BUT you don't need their advice!!Hugs C
Since joining al these groups with shadows and all. I am getting looking out the window in the morning standing with my coffee.Yesterday afternoon I also seen the big Pine tree and the shadow was on the driveway. Was cool.When I was looking at my fav program on nature. Oasis. I look for all those shadows.Colors, you name it.I am getting to enjoy the beauty of my surroundings more so and I love the other bloggers like yourself get all excited what you see and put on for us.Ya, I know hubbies I am sure shake their heads at us. Saying is that what your going to take, ha,ha. Not what they would take. Give him time.My hubby will say now. Hey look over there. Look at the shadow from the bridge to the river. I entered the other day.Happy camera hunting Sunday and every day.
There is seeing and SEEING.....Love that you really SEE the world with the photographer's eye.I'm SEEING lots of mosaic color this morning with the morning sun making the trees in the front glow.I sound like a broken record with all the ooing and awing I do.
I laughed at Ann's blog post today... You could have written it for her!!!! She is learning from the 'master' of "Because She Can"....Hugs,Betsy
I like them. Mine doesn't ask. He just looks away. lol
Silly Bob, he should know the answer to that by now...lol Nice shadow shots
I for one am glad you could. I love those shadow shots.These are the things people who don't use a camera would never notice.
I hope you are having a beautiful Sunday my friend!xo Catherine
I wish we still had our big tree in front, like this one. Your counter space and neatness remind me of myself (of COURSE!) I just lysoled mine down, they will stay that way a few hours ill the cats walk all over them.
Always enjoy your shadow photos. And what a treat to see Ginny commenting just above me.
and you do it so well! Is that a staghorn in the tree? HOpe your thanksgiving was a good one.
Great shadows! Tell Bob to get with the program. :)
The shadows are lovely, Sandra. Kudos to you for seeing and photographing them. :))
Okay Sandra, edumacate the non-snapper here.... I love the picture and the progressive on the close-ups but what is it about the shadows? Just sign me, dense. LOL.
That's a fine tree. I like the shadows and also what looks like a hole in the trunk. I wonder what creature lives there?
I would love to be sitting there in that first shot, in a swing, with my kindle and a glass of iced tea!
You ARE my soul sister...perhaps my twin LOL...I also know you are a visual artist. :)
You are woman - hear your roar! You go girl. sandie
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