Sunday, 24 May 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday

Light in the bedroom on Friday morning about 6.20.

Great rusty scissor display in Greenwich market last Sunday. I liked this little sculpture the stall holder had made.

Shadow of my hand-looks like I am drinking a dainty cup of tea!

Long Woman of Blackheath shadow! Thursday evening.

Visit HeyHarriet for more shadowy shots.

22 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I love all your shadow shots! I did a hand shot this week too, aren't they fun? Oh, and isn't it wonderful to have enough sun to even have shadows!!!
Have a great day!

Catherine said...

Like those last 2 very much...and when I am back in London i always walk over Blackheath to Greenwich park from my sister's place in Lee...a ritual!!

ADonald466 said...

I love your shadow shots - I must look through my old (real) photos, for one I took in New Zealand some years ago ..... Check out tomorrow's post - post box and phone box will be starring!!

Anji Gallanos said...

The shadow shot with the scissors is just beautiful. I love the way you captured the light and the play of shadows.

marcia@joyismygoal said...

Prisms:) You have come up in the world in the last shot:)

Chris said...

I love the scissors. They're so beautiful and abstract looking.

Poetikat said...

Better the "Woman of Blackheath" than the "Woman in Black"!

Kat

Sonia ;) said...

Sarah,

Oh those pictures are fantastic..I love the rusty scissors...and long woman.

Smiles,
Sonia ;)

Liz said...

You always come up with the neatest shadow shots!

Hey Harriet said...

These are great! I love the display of rusty scissors. I'm wondering if there's a big market for rusty scissors? I guess creative types can turn them into something cool. I'd be at a loss! And the 'Woman of Blackheath' shadow made me giggle :)

M.Kate said...

Love those old scissors...and wow..what a long shadow, lovely set of SSS :P

Sarah said...

Thanks Sylvia and Anji!
I love walking over Blackheath Catharine. It is such a beautiful place.
Will visit today Anne!
Ha ha Marcia and Kat!
Thanks Chris, Sonia and Liz!
You are right Tracy-I was wondering my self! I think you would need lots so you could make a display like this, other than that I don't know!
Thanks M.Kate!

Gallery Juana - ギャラリー ワナ said...

Cool scissor shots! And the long shadow looks like a modern sculpture.

Renee said...

I mean rusty scissors who would ever think of it.

I love the fancy cup of tea. Well if you hold your tea like that than you are too fancy for me. Mind you I will love you anways.

Renee xoox

Anairam said...

It is amazing what people collect - rusty scissors! (I should be the last to speak - I have various rather crazy collections - one that I am still working on is my collection of rosaries, despite being an unbeliever. I am verging on atheism, and yet I LOVE rosaries. Well, they are useful for all kinds of meditation...) I like the shadow pictures, also the flowers you posted on the weekend, and that Found Poem! I love finding poems, I sometimes circle words on a random page to make up a poem!

Anil P said...

I wonder what stories each scissor might have told if it could.

Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

Those scissors are fabulous! And love the shadow of your hand on the camera!

Freshly Found said...

I have a smaller less rusty collection of scissors at home! I have really enjoyed this collection! So pleasing!

Kamana said...

i love the scissors!

Christy said...

These are all lovely shots! I am so drawn to that photo of all those antique scissors!

Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space said...

Fun shadow! Blessings from Amy

happilyretired said...

I enjoyed each of your shadow shots this week ... especially the second to the last where you're daintily drinking tea. Very kewl ;--)
Hugs and blessings,