Saturday, 8 January 2011

Tree Shadows

I posted another Shadow Shot today on Over 40 Shades, you can look at it here!

14 comments:

DawnTreader said...

I posted tree shadows on snow as well :)

Ralph said...

The trees seem as if old friends in shadow. Perhaps they are ready to shake hands (limbs??) in friendship mode. Or perhaps not - the shadowy illusions get our imaginations working overtime. Lovely capture!

EG Wow said...

I think snow makes a wonderful "canvas" for shadows.

The Clip Cafe said...

Agree with EG!!

CanadianGardenJoy said...

I'm thinking the same thing as Ralph!
these trees are dear friends and are holding hands .. the white snow is a perfect canvas for them to illustrate their friendship : )
Joy

Kat W said...

What a gorgeous photo. I love it!

Sunday Shadow Shot sounds a great idea. Thanks for the links.

Kat :-)

Crafty Green Poet said...

Ralph and CanadianGardenJoy - that's what i thought when I saw the trees!

EG Wow and Clip Cafe, I love snow as a shadow canvas too!

Miss Becky said...

well I didn't post my tree shadows on snow, but I was out and about taking a few. aren't bare trees beautiful? My thinking on that has totally changed through the years. I used to think only trees with leaves had beauty.
Your shadows are lovely.
Happy SSS!

Hey Harriet said...

Two tall lovestruck trees,
lean in ever so gently,
to kiss each other

...I'm not much of a poet but thought I'd give it a shot for fun :)

Wonderful photo!

Sarah said...

I like the way the shadows are making an arch and also they remind me of hands joining.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

It's like the branches are embracing each other.

Mine this week is a heron casting its shadow near the marina.

Here's the direct link

http://hootin--anni.blogspot.com/2011/01/shadow-of-heror-his-smile.html

Have a great Sunday.

LauraX said...

I like the way the trees are reaching out to one another (at least in shadow), quite lovely.

Kerri said...

I LOVE this!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Looks like we are all thinking the same thing...love how they are "leaning" into one another!