Saturday, September 4, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday ~ Where Dreams are Made

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From this Sunday I will go to a retreat where I hope the curtain
will at least move a little if not lift a corner. Will return next Friday
with, I hope, a little book of the journey to show for my efforts.
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Some friends and I in the fowl yard, were they shadowing me
or I shadowing them?
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To enter the shadow world, click on the Logo.
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Thanks to Tracy at Hey Harriet we all have a chance to
show our shadows.
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25 comments:

  1. The snowflakes and stars look wonderful as they cast their dreamy shadows onto the lacy curtains. As for the fowl, they seem mostly trusting of the photographer, but can move up to safer altitudes if they are that scared - even of a friendly photo gatherer...

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  2. Love your shadow shots for the day, Arija! The ducks are sooooo cute! Hope you have a great trip and I'll be looking forward to your photos! Enjoy! Hugs!

    Sylvia

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  3. Beautiful images.I wish for you a week of blessing.
    Ruth

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  4. Enjoy your becoming retreat...
    SSS greetings from Casa!

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  5. Hi Arija, un augurio di buon viaggio... tante benedizioni per questo fine settimana :-)

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  6. Dowunmder looks a wonderland now that it's going to be warm as ever.

    Sun is friendly huh? Enjoy the warm spring...

    Happy SS...

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  7. dear Arija, best wishes for the coming week! hope you can reach all you want and return with beautiful pictures! greetings from kri

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  8. What beautiful shadows! Lovely choice for Shadow Shot Sunday--I probably won't get mine submitted until tomorrow morning!

    Have a GREAT weekend!

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  9. You're hurting me with the snowflake shadow, all too soon they will be a reality for me...maybe I should fly to Australia for the winter months...ha!

    Love your profile, we have a lot in common!

    sharon

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  10. Beautiful line up of shadows in the last shot! And love the mystical quality of the curtain! Enjoy your time out!

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  11. wishing you a wonderful retreat
    may you experience what you are seeking

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  12. Love that window shot, it is rather dreamy. Hope you enjoy the retreat. Look forward to hearing more.

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  13. Beautiful, dreamy shots. You take my imagination to lovely places.

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  14. Your feathered friends are sweet!

    I hope you enjoy the retreat. Looking forward to hearing more about it upon your return!

    PS - Yes I need a buttonhole spy camera! That would be so good! :D

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  15. interesting shot....great


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  16. Shadowy mallard,
    strolling with your lady faire—
    such a handsome pair!

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  17. Enjoy your retreat Arija, sometimes it is good to renew, restart and refresh.

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  18. I love that curtain shot! Is it a curtain It looks like it.
    I also love your cute little fowl friends. Are they hungry??? : )

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  19. have a great trip, take care and enjoy!

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  20. Airja, your shadow image is really interesting, so delicate~

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  21. I stumbled upon your lovely blog and wanted to tell you about a project that I have going on over at my Blog. The Happiness Project is a Tuesday blog hop that I host. All you have to do is post a photo of something that makes you happy, it's that simple. I'm trying to take over the blogosphere with happiness!

    Here is a link to last week's post if you would like to check it out.

    http://leighvslaundry.blogspot.com/2010/08/happiness-project-week-26.html

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  22. I always love ducks Arija.
    I'm late in visiting, and please do have a restful week.
    B.

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  23. Hello dearest Arija, how are you? Did you get nutted yet? I sent them more than two weeks ago.

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