Saturday, 26 February 2011

Shadow Shots from the Textile Museum

Shadow Shot Sunday # 145

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These were all in an exhibition from the museum’s collections.
I decided to show them together,  because in all three the
shadow effect was obviously intended to be part of the experience.
(In the last shot, you also have a “bonus shadow”… hmm…)

(Unfortunately I did not make note of the names of the artists.)

19 comments:

  1. Wow, I love these - double value, with the lovely textiles and the shadows.

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  2. Wow...these are ALL fabulous!! This would be one place I'd LOVE to visit myself.

    Here is my link:

    Misty Morn

    Have a great weekend.

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  3. Fantastic shadows! I especially LOVE the top one!

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  4. Oh!! I love these! They're terrific shadows! So colorful and I really love the first two! Fantastic indeed! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  5. Absolutely fabulous textiles and terrific shadows!

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  6. Wow! What fantastic color and stunning composition in lighting to achieve just the right shadow shot! Would love to see more exhibits like this! Well done!

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  7. What a great and happy post!!! The first one rminds me of the webbing on lawn chairs. Love the shadows, including yours!!

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  8. I'm a knitter so these are fun to see! I 'll take the green jellyfish looking piece!

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  9. these are so much fun, and really uplifting. Thankyou

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  10. As if the woven fabrics weren't "cool" enough, we have the great shadows "thrown" in too. Great photos. Mickie

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  11. I love the first one.....lovely composition.

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  12. Fabulous displays and shadows!

    xoxoxo ♡

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  13. these are beautiful, the first one i can see framed and hanging on the wall at an art show. love it

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  14. Very cool, and clever. More and more museums are allowing photographs of items in the their collections and I think that is a great trend.

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  15. Absolutely beautiful and such a unique way to showcase shadows in pictures.

    From a Swede in USA,
    Julie

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