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Saturday, January 28, 2012

A Small Stone: Jan 28, 2012




Shadows and light play peek-a-boo, lines and curves do a merry dance of their own, on a single, snowy, Sunday drive.

34 comments:

  1. Drugie zdjęcie jest dla mnie wspaniałe - jest słońce, są cienie. Pozdrawiam. *** The second photo is wonderful for me - is the sun, are the shadows. Yours.

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  2. it does looks like a merry dance (and i'm glad you were out and about to see it :)

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  3. I just love your small stones - they are such a beautiful visual inspiration every day. And your words always go straight to my heart! I hope you are doing well!! Love, Silke

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  4. I just love the warm feeling of black and white photography...
    Just like the 'Warm' feeling of You Lady L...Shalom

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  5. Beautiful.

    My husband has always been partial to black and white photography. He hasn't done it in a long time.I'm going to show them these photos. Maybe they'll inspire him to resume.

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  6. The snowy NH landscape is a delight, and even nicer in B&W - the winter just feels right in this monochrome, The shadows are brilliant, and fall over and under the landscape. A very pretty drive in the woods!

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  7. Gorgeous lines, curves, shadows, and that tiny glimpse of sun!! Rounding the bend of the weekend!!!

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  8. Lovely light and shadows! Terrific captures for the day!

    Sylvia

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  9. A cup of tea and a morning with thee. Many thanks dear Laura.

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  10. These are lovely photos and somehow I feel certain they are best seen as you have them here, in B&W.

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  11. Wonderful images both in photograph and words.

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  12. this long and winding road
    sometimes is plush with snow
    winter grabs on, doesn't let go
    learn to love what is

    remembering you always

    blessings

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  13. playing peek-a-boo
    lovely as usual Laura :)

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  14. You've captured so ay beautiful winter shadows among the trees!

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  15. A very beautiful series of Nature's shadow shapes! Love the idea of shadows dancing in your stone!

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  16. Our God, sure can Paint--and you sure can capture His work!

    Great shots!

    Blessings,

    John

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  17. God sure can paint--and you sure can capture the Divine!


    Great shots,

    Blessings,

    John

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  18. love that bridge. i can hear my mother, Bridge ices before roads.

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  19. I can almost feel the sun coming through on the second photo. Beautiful!

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  20. gorgeous black and white images!
    Happy Sunday!

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  21. Beautiful shots.

    In behalf of Gemma and Magical Mystical Teacher, I thank you for playing Shadow Shot Sunday 2. - Rose

    Shadows by the Beach, come and see.

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  22. Lovely shadows in the snow. Beautiful post, as always. Mickie :)

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  23. So beautiful..so true. Love your musings on shadows and light. Perfect for the winter!

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  24. Love the shadows cast in blacks and grays- beautiful.

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  25. Snow is rare in Texas, so I really enjoyed the drive with you.

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  26. Great shots. Beautiful and soft shadows. Best regards.

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  27. Absolutely gorgeous captures!! Have a great week.

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  28. Very good black and white photos, especially I like the last one.

    Regards and best wishes

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  29. Beautiful pictures. The black and white is perfect for them.

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