Saturday, April 14, 2012

Shadow Shot Sunday


This week has had very changeable weather but there have been a few sunny days that create lovely shadows.
This week as well, I took my class on a field trip to the Woodland Cultural Centre in Brantford to learn about the history and culture of the native people in our area. Lots to see and a few great shadows to be found!
This lovely artwork, "The Great Tree", was created by Stan Hill Sr. from a moose antler.
Early lacrosse stick.
Be sure to check out the shadows from around the world at SS2 (see sidebar)

11 comments:

Sylvia K said...

What wonderful shadow shots for the day, Bev!! Looks like an interesting field trip! Beautiful art work! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

Sylvia

Carletta said...

What a beautiful piece "The Great Tree" is.
Lovely shadows!

I like your creative blog. :)

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Love the scrolls in the gate, and the field trip looks like it provided you with some great shadows as well Beverley!

Kelly said...

You found some great shadows both inside and out!

namaki said...

great finds ! I like the last one. It's very delicate !

Ralph said...

The look of nature is delicate all by itself, but a moose antler as a canvas is amazing! The gate shows off a stronger April sun, a harbinger of a new growing season. Fine captures!

Joan said...

Wow, from a moose antler. Very cool!

Catherine said...

great sequence of shots - lovely variety

robin. said...

the antler art is amazing!!! wonderful shots!!!

chubskulit said...

Love that second one, so beautiful!

Shadow Delight
Have a great week ahead!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Love your shadows!!!!

And while perusing the other posts above to catch up with your blogging, that nest on top of the step ladder...that's amazing.