Sunday Scenes – January 6, 2013

follow the lines

landscape shadows

Darkness and light
opposites in
illumination
True or false?
Anonymous

Visit Shadow Shot Sunday for more shadowy shots from around the world.

Voices and Visions, now through March 17, 2013, at the Skirball Cultural Center.

The Museum of Tolerance, A Simon Wiesenthal Center, is offering a Life Story Writing class. There is a $15 fee for the semester for those over sixty, and a $35 fee for those under sixty.

Dallas Holocaust Museum Center is currently running an exhibit through March 31, 2013: Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album. “The exhibit includes 71 of Otto Frank’s 400 photographs that originally filled four albums hidden in the Annex.”

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16 responses to “Sunday Scenes – January 6, 2013

  1. Great use of shadows in the first photo!

  2. A Happy New Year filled with many interesting shadows to capture

    much love…

  3. the top image is so inviting! I’d like to take a walk there.
    An Anne Frank photo display was at Minnetrista Cultural Center 2 or 3 years ago. I went with my youngest granddaughter as a history venture. It was amazing to see! Then this past fall Sevek (Sidney) Finkel, author and Hollocaust survivor spoke at a local school. Such courage and fortitude, so inspiring!

  4. The trellis leaves such nice shadows – the horizontal motif seems tell us to continue ahead. To remember the past but not live vicariously in it as we move ahead…beautiful post!

  5. I really like the shadows of the arbor in your first photo. The setting looks familiar. Was the picture taken at Biltmore?

  6. Love that first shot.

    I am catching up with the Shadow Shot entries before the next round comes.
    Shadows Shot, your comment will be greatly appreciated!

  7. I like your style with your blog posts…You weave in things like a magician making them much more than the photos which are wonderful…

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