Sunday, May 31, 2009

shadow shot sunday laziness


chubby toes and pajamas on a lazy sunday morning



bluesy hull pottery





wobbly baby robin



girls lunch out




peaceful wicker chair

check out the shadow shot fun with
hey harriet every sunday.
feel free to join in on the
adventure of shooting shadows!!



21 comments:

Diahn said...

What great shadows! I LOVE the baby robin shot!!

Jennifer said...

How fun... shooting shadows! Great idea. Neat pictures!

mystele said...

thank you so much for encouraging me! it is wonderful to be mutually inspired!!!

prkl said...

Baby robin shot is fantastic! You have a great sunday!

Julie said...

Great shots, I also collect Hull pottery.

Shannon said...

My friend was just commenting on my chubby toes yesterday! I love chubby toes... they are so CUTE! And the bird shadow is awesome! Looks like he's turning his lil back on a friend!

Lily Hydrangea said...

lovely shadow photos and captions!

lori vliegen said...

great shots, as always julie!! i love those little freshly painted piggies! hee hee :)

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic shadow shots and captions! How fun is this? Love them all, particularly the baby robin! Happy SSS!

Staci Danford said...

I've been so busy this month that I haven't gotten to visit my blog buddies.. So today I'm trying to catch up.. There is just nothing like a wonderful Lazy Sunday full of sunshine and love..
Happy Summer,
Staci

Jennifer DeDonato said...

ahhhhh so nice!

Manon Doyle said...

Great pics Julie! Love the shadows!

willow said...

My chubby toes and pajamas were on the patio this morning, too. Hasn't today been the prettiest?

Betsy said...

Beautiful pictures! There's nothing like being outside on a weekend morning in your jamies! We have the same toenail polish on right now! :)

Brandi said...

Oh! I adore the bird on the bench! Happy day!

Catherine said...

love that girls lunch out shot...

Hey Harriet said...

All so beautiful! I love your selection of shadows this week!

steviewren said...

I love the way you can almost guess the time of day by the type of shadow in each picture.

I noticed yesterday morning that I am not getting much direct light in my living room anymore. That means that the sun has shifted a little more in the sky and the leaves have grown out on the trees. I always love the afternoon light that comes crosswise into the house in all the seasons except summer.

cindy : quaint said...

i love your shadow shots!

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

I just finished reading your interview over at Created By Hand! Great job....congratulations!

I love these photos of shadows...a wonderful way to slow down and see the beauty.

Rita said...

Like others I also collect Hull Art Pottery but do not have any in blue. This inspires me to get out and hit the flea markets again.