Sunday, April 17, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday Fruit

I nearly nearly missed SSS today. I remembered just in time. This carved wooden bowl is one I "inherited" from my Mum and Dad. The reason I gained it is because I was actually there when it was purchased in New Guinea way back in the '70s. This fruit however, has a not so long life span. Later on tonight I am going to have a go at my very first Passionfruit Souffle. Stay tuned, if it turns out you'll see a photo!

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Magical Mystical Teacher said...

There is something mysterious and alluring about this photograph. It reminds me of some of the paintings by the Dutch masters in the Reijksmuseum in Amsterdam.


Some say that shadows are fragments of light,
Others that they are but pieces of night,
Fleeing like demons when dawn becomes day,
Fearing the radiance coming their way.
Is one notion wrong and one notion right?
Just what are shadows if they are not light?

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Sad Café

Dancing Shadow Tree

Andrea said...

I love this photo. I agree with Magical Mystical Teacher, it is alluring and mysterious. The carved bowl looks wonderful, and I would like to see a more detailed photo of it sometime.

Good luck with your souffle!

Anonymous said...

Pretty shadow. Never have made a souffle. Looks delicious, and yes, who can complain about having 2. Ha

Ms. Becky said...

I see in an earlier post that you say you take really bad photos. I disagree. I think your shadow shots are wonderful. and I like your blog too. happy SSS, and I hope you have a super week.

chubskulit said...


Come and see my shadow shots. Wishing a you a great week ahead!

Janine said...

wow Ross, you're allready an Photo artist, this one is so great, I love the depth in the picture, a great photo too paint over ☺ You're good!!

Emakesart said...

Beautiful photo!! So moody and wonderful! And I agree with Ms. Becky above... your shadow shots are wonderful... no bad photos here!!


Oh, and that souffle looks yummy!!!!