Once again it is time for Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, and Shadow Shot Sunday.
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February 26, 2012 – 3 Adar, 5772
Filed under Photography
Tagged as Jewaicious blog, landscape photography, landscapes, shadow shot sunday, Straight out of the Camera Sunday, tree shadows, Waterscape photography, waterscapes
Beautiful day to catch shadows. Thanks for your contribution to shadow shot Sunday.
Thank you, Rose, for the visit.
Great shadows in the second photo.
Regards and best wishes
Thank you, Tatjana. Have a nice week.
What a beautiful, lacy pattern the shadows make on the ground!
I love the mass of ducks headed across the water in the top shot. 🙂
Lovely shadows in the trees…nice patterns….
Very nice pictures, a beautiful place. Greetings.
Thank you, Leovi.
Beautiful shots, love the shadows in your second shot!
Have a great day.
Thank you, CameraCruise
you have some cool shadows in the second shot. Love it. 🙂
Thank you, NatureFootstep
A wonderful visit to the park sitting in the shadows.
Thank you, LaVoice.
Thank you, laura.
The leisurely warm days are missing from us now in winter. Yet, the relaxing about in a park like this. The shade is a welcome retreat from the sun, the ducks on the water are in no hurry either. Nice!
Thank you, Ralph
ALL those lovely shadows the trees give us!!
Thank you, Dianna
It looks like a perfect day for being together and taking photos! Great shots.
Thank you, Bettyl. It was a lovely day
The lacy shadow patterns are a delicate tracery! And it looks like it was a beautiful day. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, Sallie
The second photo has a dizzying array of shadows. My head goes round and round and round just looking at them! 🙂
Thanks for the visit.
I like the feeling the first one gives you of being able to step out of the shade into the warmth of the sunshine.
The second one is my favorite. Lovely intricate shadow patterns!
Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
Thank you fir visiting, Carletta.
Thank you, Rajesh.
Lovely shadows that dapple the area.
Thank you, Hoootin Anni
The intricate play of shadows in the second photo is like a fascinating wrought iron gate design! Stunning! And love the gentle scene in the first photo!
Thank you, Gemma.
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