Saturday, December 19, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday

21st & Anza 04
An (apparently) uninhabited house at 21st & Anza.

Want to join in? Here's the meme, and here are some results.

17 comments:

Quilt Works said...

I love tree shadows - so intricate!


... See the "Bubbles"

Sylvia K said...

I agree with Quilt Works, tree shadows are so intricate and delicate and I do love this one! Terrific shot for the day, Tom!

Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Sweet Repose said...

This shadow is so intricate and clear, it looks 3D against the muted colors of the old building, wonderful shot!

Hot Fudge said...

I love that blue-grey colour, and what a perfect backdrop for the tree shadow. What a pity it's unoccupied. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas.

Ralph said...

The building is angular and nondescript. The tree leaves a natural pattern, not geometric at all. The combination of both shapes makes a wonderful scene!

bobbie said...

Tree branches make such wonderful shadows anywhere. Against this building, they are wonderful.

Serendipity said...

That's a beautiful, crisp shadow.

chubskulit said...

Beautiful shadow shot of the tree!

My first time participating

Hey Harriet said...

Apparently? Do you think squatters may be living there? I hope so as I don't like the idea of houses sitting empty when there are so many people in need of some shelter. I'm sure landlords don't feel that way though. Understandably. Sort of.

And that's one of the prettiest tree shadows I've seen!

BLOGitse said...

Have a great ShadowShotSunday
and
Happy holidays!

BLOGitse

wanderlust said...

Very pretty, and it makes me think of Ichabod Crane for some reason.

lettyrburrage said...

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Crafty Green Poet said...

the light is beautiful in this photo and the shadowy tree too!

frayedattheedge said...

I love the delicate tree shadow

Golden West said...

Reminds us that there is beauty all around.

Joops said...

Now that is a full form of shadow!

My SSS can be found here. Merry Christmas!

Sarah said...

Lovely wintery muted colours in this picture. It is a shame nobody lives there-it looks like a lovely building from the little I can see. Have a lovely Christmas!