Saturday, 2 April 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday: Seeing the Light

 

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This is a grave monument at an old cemetery close to where I live.
I must have walked past it many times without noticing it at all.
Until one day the light happened to be “just right”…


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Shadow Shot Sunday

12 comments:

  1. Yep, the light just doesn't get any better than that. Very beautiful.

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  2. Oh my. If words had EVER failed me, they would now. This is my favorite photo you have EVER EVER posted. Truly an inspiration. You were truly walking in the light.

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  3. this is so beautiful and interesting. the sunlight changes things completely. i saw that today, we were standing under a dock and it was just an ugly dock, the sun came up and changed it completely. beautiful

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  4. Really beautiful monument, lovely day, gorgeous sunlight -- the perfect time to notice something you hadn't noticed before! Glad you shared it with us today. Enjoy your weekend1

    Sylvia

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  5. I give thanks for light! The monument is striking in the light.

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  6. Isn't it amazing how we can miss something as wonderful as this? Thank goodness you finally noticed it! I LOVE it!

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  7. Yes, you were there at just the right time. Isn't it funny how many times we can walk past something before we do actually notice it. Mickie

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  8. Beautifully shot. I love this sort of subject.

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  9. Ohhhhhhhhhhh, you don't know just how lovely this photo is. It brings a sense of peace to me.

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    Happy Sunday.

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  10. It is a beautiful monument, full of hope. Thanks for sharing it!

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  11. So pretty!

    Would you please drop by and see my shadows? Would love to see you!

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  12. Lovely photo of an interesting monument - it looks quite contemporary, not as ancient as many graves.

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