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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday - Today's Flowers

Make Time for Small Reflections

summer sunshine brings
lots of flowers ... shadows too
everywhere I look

Click images to embiggen to see better
and for others participating
in Shadow Shot Sunday at Hey Harriet
and Today's Flowers too.
Small Reflections ... Smile Back

Thought for Today
"There is genuine solace in the shared experience of others."
Lee Woodruff


Sylvia K said...

Lovely shadow collage! All your shots are marvelous! And lovely words to match! Great combination!

Have a great day!


A Wild Thing said...

And a rose is a rose...nothing quite like it...love the collage!

Hot Fudge said...

It's so lovely to see roses blooming on the other side of the world. Thank you for sharing your beautiful images.

Pamela said...

those almost look like wild roses

Hey Harriet said...

Oooh very nice! Love the bright splash of red. Wonderful shadows and flowers! Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend :)

Inday said...

Lovely words of reflection from Lee Woodruff. And your specialized collage is always a delight to view.

Please, with my wholeheart intent, accept this kind TOKEN of friendship from me.

Rosebud Collection said...

What beautiful shadow shots..
Roses are so pretty. I have a few wild ones here and always enjoy their flowers.
Happy SSS.

bobbie said...

Every one is beautiful. Is that bougenvilla (which I can't spell) on the wall? Just lovely.

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely collage!

Tammie Lee said...

pretty pretty!


Unknown said...

Well done!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your comments. Sarah told me about big huge lab (and I also saw it on Hey Harriet) and I will check out your other suggestions. Love your shadow shots! Regards, Anne

Unknown said...

Your environment reminds me so much of Portugal, from where I just returned on a family vacation.

Beautiful, beautiful captures here!

Dianne said...

the rose shadows spilling over the stone are my favorite
that shot is perfect!!

Elizabeth said...

Such charming, lovely shadows.

Martha said...

Such pretty collages! By the way, my shadow shot was Legos! :-)

Pat - Arkansas said...

Love the roses in the hedge and, as is usual, your collage is wonderful.

Thanks for the info on the African Iris. A return trip to the nursery seems to be in order.

i beati said...

what would you call that yellow orange rose..such a unique color sandy

SandyCarlson said...

Your posts always offer so much, my friend. Thanks for sharing these. Gorgeous.

Ebie said...

A lovely collage, and the flowers so gorgeous!

DeniseinVA said...

Wonderful display of so many beautiful flowers. Thank you for sharing and have a great week.

Carletta said...

The collage is a terrific way to showcase both memes!
I love the red flowers and the shadow on the wall - beautiful!

Regina said...

Lovely blooms!

Reader Wil said...

Great reflections!

sunnymama said...

I love the middle picture in the second row! Lovely :)

Inday said...

Sorry to miss this one. I'll make it up now. The last macro is pretty! The colour especially.

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