Saturday, April 10, 2010

A shadowy tree

When checking out the Jerusalem Forest a couple of weeks ago with my kids, I found this nice shadow. I had thought that the tree was too tall to get into one shot, but apparently its shadow wasn't :)


For more shadowy photography, check out Shadow Shot Sunday, over at Hey Harriet. Happy Sunday, everyone!

11 comments:

Laura Hegfield said...

:)

Sylvia K said...

What a beautiful shadow shot, Toby! Such a crisp, clear one, too. Amazing when you see just the trunk of the tree in the photo, but the shadow of the whole tree! Wonderful! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!

Sylvia

Sarah said...

Great shadow shot! The tree shadow is at just the right length to get into the frame!

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful shadow detail of the tree foliage! A nd love the way it crawls up the rocky embankment!

Ralph said...

A tall tree in one frame is cool. The sunny day may show a need for shade, and this is a cool interlude in the heat of the day. Nice!

Catherine said...

what a strong shadow - great shot

Cassie said...

Lovely, serene Shadow Shot.

toby said...

Thanks, everyone! I'm glad that you enjoyed it :)

Hey Harriet said...

That was a clever way of capturing the entire length of the tree. In shadow form! I love the trunk of the tree with all the bark peeling away. I hope you have a lovely week ahead :)

momijitomitsukoshi said...

Shadows are surprising and wonderful. They never turn out exactly like their origin. That is what I love about them!

Crafty Gardener said...

lovely photo of the tree and shadow