Sunday Scenes February 12, 2012

Here are my photographs for Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, and for Shadow Shot Sunday.

Harbor and Shadows

Fence and Shadows

The Skirball Cultural Center has a project entitled Pearls of Wisdom: End the Violence on view through February 26, 2012.

The Getty Center has an exhibit of Lyonel Feininger’s photographs.

All photography, writing, poetry, etc. is my copyright and may not be reproduced without my express written permission.

February 12, 2012 – 19 Sh’vat, 5772

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24 Comments

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24 responses to “Sunday Scenes February 12, 2012

  1. Lovely strong shadows!

  2. The sun just came out here making the snow look pretty, but not as pretty as where you are….Michelle

  3. We often think of these fences and railings as merely practical devices to keep us within our paths. However, the strong sun shows them as artistic, allowing us to view artistic shadows as well. Multi-tasking in safety and art too. Nice!

  4. Beautiful shadow shots.

    Regards and best wishes

  5. Your fence shot, crooked in the shadow, is a wonderful pull into a scene.

  6. looking at your photos warms me a little bit since it is snowing here.

    Muffin’s Shadow

  7. Kelly

    Nice contrast between the even, metal fence shadows and the imperfect, wooden fence shadows.

  8. Wonderful compositions, I love those pretty shadows. Greetings.
    Very good.

  9. Very nice! The day looks warm and sunny. Wish I was there!

  10. Lovely shadow shots! Enjoy all of that sunshine!

  11. Excellent shadow shots!
    Thanks for your visit to my Camera Critters post! 🙂

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