Saturday, February 12, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday

Fetid Adders Tongue 10
Fetid Adder's Tongue (Scoliopus bigelovii), an outlandish-looking flower with an appropriately outlandish name, along the Hazelnut trail in San Pedro Valley County Park.

Try Shadow Shot Sunday--these fine people did!

12 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Now that is a weird name for a plant/flower!!! Makes you wonder just who comes up with these??? But how beautiful it is!! And a terrific shadow shot for the day as well! Have a great weekend, Tom! Thanks as always for your visit/comment! Always appreciated!

Sylvia

Donna said...

gorgeous, magical lighting!

John said...

Beautiful shot!

Come and See my Shadow Shots.

Ralph said...

The woods here look like a jungle thicket, dark and perhaps a bit brooding. Before we feel lost in the woods, the shade is broken by a little bit of sun. Thus, we feel less lost, and instead the darkness is not an issue. Wonderfully captured!

Camilla (Rantis) said...

lovely shot!

chubskulit said...

Beautiful shadow shot!

My Shadow Shot, hope you can take a peek!

Angie said...

Fasinating!! Great shot!

Hey Harriet said...

Haha! Outlandish for sure but it makes for a super photo! That is sweet! Enjoy the rest of your weekend :)

Greyscale Territory said...

How I love that beautiful light tone generating fine shadow shapes!

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

You have no idea how I long to travel green trails...soon, Spring is on it's way...enough of the snow already!!!

Tom Hilton said...

Thanks, y'all! And I'm really glad to see spring just around the corner...finally...

Johnny Nutcase said...

that's a pretty snazzy flower, i like it!