"A good photograph is knowing where to stand" Ansell Adams.

Friday, June 15, 2012

clouds & shadows

Yesterday James stayed home from school.
He'd had some cold symptoms for a few days & I thought it would be better for him to have a bit of a sleep in.

And he did.
But by mid afternoon we were ready to get outside in the fresh air. 
And fortunately, we had a patch of sunshine & blue sky. 
(after a few rainy days)
 I loved the big clouds over the water & the long shadows of the afternoon.
 It was definitely good to get out.
Joining in here & here.

17 comments:

  1. Gorgeous skies and wonderful captures! I love the BIG green trees and the shadows and lovely light on the water! A great afternoon!! Hope both of you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  2. Great outing!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  3. Those greens and blues are amazing...Great captures...love all your shots!Have a great weekend!

    Shantana

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  4. An awesome SkyWatchFriday - post!

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  5. Nice photo set. Very interesting techniques.

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  6. Nothing like fresh air and sunshine after the rain. Beautiful, bright, colourful shots Leanne xo

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  7. What amazingly gorgeous processing! That greens and blues - so saturated and intense. Gorgeous!

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  8. Stunning, vibrant colours in contrast with the shadow shapes! Beautiful!

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  9. Love the colors of sky and grass here - not to mention the great shadows!

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  10. Wonderful shadows and shots....

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  11. I love your shadows, so relaxing.

    My Shadows...

    Now following your blog.

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  12. sometimes you just need to get out and enjoy those moments...great shots!!!!

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  13. Awesome shots.
    Thanks for your beautiful contribution to Shadow Shot Sunday!

    Shadows in my Kitchen, please come and see.

    Rose

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  14. Beautiful photos, love the green hues. Visiting from Nellies.

    Prem

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