Saturday, April 18, 2009

Big Brother is Shadowing You

Chinatown
It's only Chinatown. (And Shadow Shot Sunday #48.)

16 comments:

That is the chicken said...

Beautiful tree shadows on that old wall...and I love the colour of that doorway. It looks as if it won't open ever again.

Greyscale Territory said...

What an interesting shot of contrasting shadows. There are fickle shadows on the doorway and a solid block of shadow on the right of the image!

Sylvia K said...

Really great shadow shot! Love the red color and the tree shadows are lovely! Happy SSS!

Hey Harriet said...

What a super shot! Love the wall, the reds, and of course those cool shadows!

parallel-botany said...

Hi, I found you on Shadow Shot Sunday and really liked your photo (my pic is in the center of the same collage...)

Lisa
parallelbotany

Generik said...

Great color, shadows, and a reference to one of my favorite movies. What's not to like?

cara said...

I really like the contrast of the delicate bare branches with the big blocky shadows of the doorway...now that I read it, exactly what Greyscale Territory said!

ZenDotStudio said...

I love tree shadows and this is an especially nice one. Cute with the big brother eye too. Kinda creepy though, shadows and a surveillance camera. Sets a mood, don't you think?

Paz said...

Awesome shadow shot. I like the colors, too.

Paz

CJ said...

I love the shadows of bare tree branches ---especially lovely with this great red door.

Sweet Repose said...

The title gave me the shivers(Big Brother)...but what a beautiful shot! It looks like the doorway to some ancient temple, the Chinese truly know beauty and splendor.

The Summer Kitchen Interiors said...

We love this door & the shadows upon it! What a great shadow shot!

Sarah said...

I love the two reds, the title and the composition of your photo. Just great!

Tom Hilton said...

Excellent shot, Ahab. Great shadows, and I love the big bold color amids the drab grey concrete.

Wonder Turquette said...

This is a very successful shadow shot. Very aesthetic and well composed. I also like the depth and the perspective on this photo. I'm glad I've discovered your blog :-)

M.Kate said...

Very interesting subtle tree shadows, the rest of the colours are just brilliant.