EXPLORATIONS IN ART, EDUCATION AND LIFE
Love your festive, holiday shadow shots, Bev! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend and wishing you more sun than we have in Seattle today!!Sylvia
From the garland to the angel, seasonal shadows may also be found inside. The decorating of our homes for Christmas is fun, even if just a little at the time. Our cameras should all be ready for the captures we know will be all around...
I've always longed to see a shadowy angel!IF I WERE A SHADOWIf I were a shadow, I would seek the light;There I would glow sleekly,Black and shiny bright!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadowy Grass and Snowy Shadows
That gentle shadow of the garland is somehow even more fitting to the season than the garland itself, reminding us of the shadowy beginnings of the religion we celebrate at Christmas not the gaudy trappings of modern commercialism.Gone are the days when we made paper chains and cutout angels, hung apples and nuts on the tree and had a few candles and children's eyes lit up with wonder.
Very seasonal and so delicate...
I love everything Christmas. And your shadows are so very enjoyable and beautiful to the eye. Well done.Crypt Shadows in New Orleans Cemetery
That last shot looks really neat!
your shadows are so sweet and delicate
I have not seen many Christmas shadow shots this week. This one is so sweet. Love your captures. Very clever photography. genie
Yay! Christmas shadows! How sweet they are!Thank you so much Bev for your lovely contributions to SSS! I've so very much appreciated it! Great news is that a little team has formed to take over the running of SSS, so you'll be able to continue linking your wonderful shots! Woohoo! I'll be sharing details on my blog next Sunday. Again, thanks a bunch!
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