Sunday, 15 August 2010

Sunday's Shadows.

Look what I saw today.
If you ignore the poor framing and the red and white No Entry barrier at the bottom, I think it's pretty cool.
We had a run out to Dunkeld today and enjoyed a walk along the river and around Dunkeld's ancient cathedral. It dates back to the early 1400's, hence the ongoing restoration work which explains the No Entry barrier. I just loved the way the sun was shining through the arches which are so bright on the ground and yet everything else is in shadow.
I often visit Kylie's blog Chasing Purple Dreams HERE She is a very talented artist and I love to see how her work develops. Kylie often takes part in Shadow Sunday HERE at Hey Harriet.
So for the first time I am about to join in and send this shadow shot out to join lots of other super shadows.
Visit Hey Harriet if you want to see them all.
Fiona x


The Clip Cafe said...

WOW great shot - love it! We took part too but ours is a little simple compared to your creative shot :-)

Tete said...

This is a nice photo. Beautiful structure.

Maggie B said...

Wonderful shadow captures, this looks like a place to spend some quiet time.
Thanks for sharing this peaceful scene.

Sylvia K said...

Terrific and very creative shadow shot and I love the old building!Hope you have a great week!


anka said...

Great shadow shot. And the framing is just right for this shot. Welcome to the shadow chasers group, but be aware, it's king of addictive :)

Karena said...

Lovely image a great perspective!!

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Hey Harriet said...

That's great! Thanks so much for joining in Shadow Shot Sunday. I'm so glad the lovely Kylie inspired to you play along :)

Have a wonderful week ahead!

Buy Design said...

Thanks for all the lovely comments. I think I have replied to everyone now, either via e-mail or blog. Hope I didn't miss anyone. Really enjoyed seeing everyone's shadows.
Fiona x