Sunday, May 22, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday


A fantastic weekend in the city visiting the kids really gets the juices going when it comes to photographing shadows. I was able to get some beauties! None of the kids though. This photo was taken at Blackwattle Bay in Glebe. Its a lovely walk along the waterfront with the view of the Anzac bridge. Along the walking path were these constructions which I believe were the old storage sheds and incinerator from the 1900's. They were designed by Walter Burley Griffin and operated from 1934 to 1949. I'm sure if you head over to Hey Harriet you'll see some more inspiring photos.

3 comments:

Julie (Legacy Crafter) said...

very interesting perspective with awesome shadow play!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Precise, geometric shadows!

MY BLINGLESS SHADOW

A shadow’s an odd sort of thing;
It might have a nose or a wing,
A tail like a dog,
A bump like a log,
But one thing it has not is bling!


© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher


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Emakesart said...

Hey, how did I miss this? Great shot!!!!

xoE