Saturday, May 5, 2012

Shadow Shot Sunday 2 - hosted by me!

How exciting!

This past week we celebrated Israel's 64th Birthday, and like most of our neighbors, we hung up flags. In the morning sun, they created some very festive shadows! Here's what I posted:


And here are some others that I took at the same time - when you look at them quickly, they look kind of like an animation :)




What do you think? Did I choose well?


Come see more lovely shadows from all over the world, at Shadow Shot Sunday 2! You'll be glad that you did! Have a wonderful Sunday, everyone!

15 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

Very clever putting keeping to one perspective and taking several photos of the changing shadows! The photos are lovely!

Sara said...

Perfect! And now you've got me wishing I could see the view from that balcony....

Ralph said...

Your terrace is wonderful, a place with the privacy of the inside but able to be outside is great. Subtle shadows under a wonderful warm sun...

Kelly said...

Good job! It reminds me of the "flip books" we use to make where each page was a bit different making it look like movement.

Joan said...

Yes, I too would love to see the view you do. :)
LOL love the third photo. That third flay doesn't want to follow along. :)

Laura said...

These are wonderful Toby!

chubskulit said...

Very festive shadow shots Toby. Thanks for hosting.

Joy and Shadow, have a blessed Sunday!

Leah said...

Great eye Toby.
Happy Independence Day to you.
Love the moving effect of the three shots...clever.
Cheers,
Leah

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You must have a magical view up there!

Shadowy Stone

BLOGitse said...

This is a nice series of moving shadows :)
ps. I was late too, no time to blog hop on Sunday...

Paula Scott said...

Love how those shadows cut a diagonal line across the wall. Nice catch!

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shadows of the railings.

Tina´s PicStory said...

great shadows! :)

NatureFootstep said...

I love the way the shadows fall on the wall. Changing pattern on each photo. :)

Eden said...

I love it, Toby! You have very nice succulent collection too.