Delightful! You have a good eye--and it helps to have a handy camera!IF I HAD A SHADOWIf I had a shadow as big as the sky,I never would fear, and I’ll tell you why:My shadow would save me from dragons and thingsThat fly in the night with terrible wings;My shadow would keep me away from the beastThat sniffs in the west and sniffs in the eastHungry for children who play all alone,Hoping to feast upon blood, upon bone;My shadow would be my protector and knightTo keep fear at bay, to banish all fright.I’m so glad my shadow is always nearby,Though it’s not nearly as big as the sky!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadows in hoofprints and stone
That is gorgeous!My share of shadows, have a nice weekend.
What a neat shot!
Magical Mystical Teacher - Thank you for the lovely comment. The poem is awesome!Chubskulit - Thank you for the kind comment. I'm always looking for those shots that are out of the ordinary.Heidi - Thank you for the kind comment. Shadows are really interesting to me. I love the patterns they make.
so simple, yet so gorgeous. you hve a great eye for natural beauty.thanks so much for the visit and for keeping in touch...i am so out of the virtual loop these days. and school is right around the corner. hope to catch up soon.one love.
Thank you for the lovely comment Se'Lah. Your chance to catch up is my chance to fall behind. I go back to work when school starts up. Wouldn't trade it for the world, though.
Clearly, you are not out on a power walk if you take the time to stop and observe such delighful shadows as this on the leaf. Great photo!My post is at: http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2011/08/another-de-young-museum-offering-august.htmlHope you have a really wonderful week ahead!
That day I took it easy and went for mileage. That particular walk was about three miles long. I have been known to come to a screeching halt in the middle of a power walk to take a picture of something I caught out of the corner of my eye. I thought about getting one of those bumper stickers to adorn myself with: Warning walker makes frequent stops.
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