Sunday, August 8, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday #116

Shadows! Seek, snap and share!


Hi! The Shadow Gallery collages feature a selection of photos from participants from last Sunday. If you’d like to join in SSS, please do. How? Shoot a shadow, post it on your blog on Sunday (or close to Sunday), add your link to Mr Linky, and visit other players. First-time participants are required to click HERE for further info before submitting links. Thanks and I hope you enjoy the shadows!

Shadow Gallery


The Shooters:
1.Christine 2.JustB 3. AngieWA 4. SammyNZ 5. Limar 6. fotoCHIP 7.Tina'sPhotoblog 8. Dina 9.Anka


The Shooters:
1. Mrs.M@TLC 2.an9e1aProject 3.Chubskulit 4. JoWilliamsPhotography 5. JonnyHamachi 6. BarbaraFinwall 7.SelfSagacity 8.Wanderlust 9. Molly'sCountryMemories


The Shooters:
1. ManangKim 2.Gunsside 3. Junie'sPlace 4. Toby 5. Lucka 6. Spadoman 7.CapturingMemories 8.Cabin&Cottage 9.CraftyGardener

Here's my Shadow Shot(s) Sunday #116







Parliament House, Brisbane was a great place for hunting shadows this week


And sharing the source of the shadows found in the photo above this one

Happy Sunday!

Shadow Shot Sunday Participants
1. Sweet Repose
2. Lisa's RetroStyle
3. Magical Mystical Teacher
4. robin-one still frame
5. Sam
6. Dan Kent
7. Qwave À la carte
8. Cassie
9. Ralph
10. Maboe, Norway
11. Lucka, Lomnice, CZ
12. Eden, Australia
13. Gemma@Greyscale, AUS
14. Bev Baird
15. Quasi Serendipita
16. Vicki (Maraca)
17. Hyde Daily Photo
18. Molokai Girl
19. BLOGitse
20. Taipei City
21. Dani, Snow flowers
22. John, WV
23. The Summer Kitchen
24. anka @ happy hang around
25. ctmott
26. Shannara
27. Anne
28. Generik
29. Canadian GardenJoy
30. Limar
31. Rose
32. Jill, CA
33. Woody
34. Patti V.
35. Dimple
36. My Twisted Road
37. happily retired at WordPress
38. Birgitta - Sweden
39. Harbor Island, SC
40. Mason Feed
41. Gallery Juana
42. toby
43. spunkee
44. Faith Hope & a whole lotta Love
45. Tracey @ Knicky Knacks
46. Just Like Martha
47. Counting My Blessings, USA
48. Kylie @Chasing Purple Dreams
49. Jonny Hamachi
50. Married to Singaporean
51. Gypsy Lala
52. Judy Sheldon-Walker
53. Maria's Space
54. angelanz
55. Barbara Finwall
56. Arija
57. maryt/theteach
58. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA
59. Megan
60. Freda Mans
61. Joysweb
62. Manang Kim,USA
63. Cabin & Cottage
64. alexa in nyc, usa
65. Lighthousegal
66. sylvia
67. Angie, West Australia
68. Annie
69. MonikaRose Crochets
70. Rinkly Rimes
71. Ruth @ Daily Divine
72. David C.- IN, USA
73. Nessa
74. Elizabeth
75. Crafty Gardener, Canada
76. The Clip Cafe
77. Jo Williams Photography
78. Janie at Southern Lagniappe
79. Quiltworks
80. Yogi's Den
81. norwood unleashed
82. EG Wow, Canada
83. Anna's Adornments, Sweden
84. Sarah Wallis
85. Gibknitty @ Urban Muser
86. Christian
87. Tennessee Mudbug
88. Pagan Sphinx MA USA
89. foto CHIP - Birgitta
90. Where the Maiden Hair Fern Grows
91. Patricia - USA
92. Gunsside, Norway
93. Square Peg Guy
94. Aubrey@My Camera's Eye
95. the an9e1a project

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Edit Monday Evening:
Mr Linky is now closed for this week and is having a sleep. Thank you!

80 comments:

Sam said...

Love, love seeing bits of historic Brisbane! It's so pretty! Slightly different to Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide (the Aus towns I have seen recently) but also similar too. Gorgeous shots!

Looks like you've been having some cracking good weather up there - high five from Sydney as we've been getting some great Winter weather too.

Hope you're well and thank you again Tracy for Shadow shot - I really and truly look forward to it every week!! XOXO's

sarayutouched said...

my favorites are the last two of the cobblestone...the second to the last with the fence...in it's green glory.

very nice...looks like a wonderful place to site see.

have a great week tracy.

Sweet Repose said...

How very British m'dear...thanks for the lil' tour, it's always so much fun to see shots of a world so far away...and the cobblestone IS TO DIE FOR!!! A truly perfect setting for SSS...thanks Tracy...

Have a wonderful Sunday!!!
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Lucka said...

Brisbane is so beautiful! Have a great Sunday!

Greyscale Territory said...

O these buildings look wonderful with their shadow play! Very impressive! A beautiful series of photos!

Eden said...

Magnificent building! Lots of beautiful shadows.Wish to visit this place someday. Great photos as always, Tracy.

Have a great Sunday.

Serendipity said...

I like number 5 best :)

MyMaracas said...

Beautiful buildings, and great territory for shadow hunting. I like the one with the fence best.

Paula Scott said...

I agree! A great place to find shadows (at Parliament House). Love the patterns of the surface too-bonus!

BLOGitse said...

You're lucky - I have only 1 shadow!!! :)
At home I realized how cloudy and humid it really was and only one tiny shadow...too funny...
Your Brisbane looks so different what I remember when we visited there...too many years ago :)
Great shadows you have over there - much better than here :)
Have a great Sunday and good week ahead!

fredamans said...

All wonderful shadows cast! Mine will be up later!

Ralph said...

What a gorgeous building! The stone facade with so many window arches is a beauty. The old building is lined by so many old trees, which add shadow art - stunning government building!

☺lani☺ said...

Sorry I made mistake, please delete the other one. Thanks!
Happy Weekend!

Dani said...

These are lovely captures. enjoyed seeing them.

Thank you

Joops said...

Love the flag parade. Have a nice weekend.

M.Kate said...

Beautiful buildings T, enjoyed seeing them...would be better if I am there ;)

Nessa said...

Bright and colorful and shadowy all at once. Beautiful selections. I'll have one up tomorrow.

Cassie said...

Such fab ShadowShots! Historic gov buildings have wonderful shadows all around them. Happy SSS Tracy!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

What a pretty place....looks very old world! The cobblestone is so cool - not used too much around here any more!!

Rosebud Collection said...

What a beautiful building and it gave such beautiful shadows..You know those buildings really are a work of art..
Missed you..so much going on this summer,I got sloppy with my blog. Happy SSS.

Rosebud Collection said...

What a beautiful building and it gave such beautiful shadows..You know those buildings really are a work of art..
Missed you..so much going on this summer,I got sloppy with my blog. Happy SSS.

anka said...

You have some lovely shadows this week. Nice job!
Thanks for including my shot.
Have a great weekend.

frayedattheedge said...

Fabulous buildings to provide your shadow shots for this week!

Generik said...

Love that Victorian architecture!

chubskulit said...

Thanks for taking me to a short tour in Brisbane through your photos. Also thankful for featuring my entry last week.

Shadow Shots

Woody said...

Lots of cool shadows there!

Patti said...

I love the architecture and that cobblestone is great!

Missed not taking part last weekend, but I have returned. Thanks as always for hosting this fun meme, Tracy.

Limar said...

Lovely shadow shots! Love the fence shadow. Thanks for including me :)

Dimple said...

Nice shots; the one of the fence stood out to me.

happilyretired said...

Thanks for the virtual tour of shadows in Brisbane. I enjoyed the Shadow Gallery especially as a way to catch up quickly after my travels. It's good to be back home.
Hugs and blessings,

Birgitta said...

Great shadow shots Tracy!

Mary said...

Lovely shadows in Brisbane~ I especially like the wrought iron gate! Thanks for hosting :-)

Gallery Juana said...

Those arches in the third to the last pic are striking. The cobblestone walkway is pretty cool too. It looks like a nice block to have a walk around.

Hope you're having a good weekend.

Christine said...

My favorites are the iron gate and the flag shadows. Lovely old buildings, too. Hope you're having a great weekend, tracy.

toby said...

Wow, you've found an actual plethora of shadows - lucky you! Thanks so much for including me in your gallery, it's always a true honor :)
Have a great week!

Renee said...

I have missed SSS. Haven't participated for ages, but I have still been taking stacks of shadow shots when I see them. Your shadows look great!

Knicky Knacks said...

Outside of those lovely shadows that you've captured, the other thing I noticed is how beautifully clean Brissy is. Looks like a gorgeous day for being out and about.

Just like Martha said...

Hi there Tracy, HAPPY SSS to you and yours...hope you like my pic this week...luv all your shots, looks like you've had a fun week xx

Chasing Purple Dreams said...

Oh I love that last one with the curved fence shadow and the flag. What a good shadow hunting ground you found.

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

Beautiful captures. Thanks so much for being our tour guide.

Beverley Baird said...

What lovely shadows in the city! Bright blue skies as well!
have a great weekend!

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

Beautiful! Beautiful building, beautiful shadows, and what appears to be a beautiful day!! I do hope that is was a beautiful day and that it was rather warm and feeling like spring...I know how you long for spring:)

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

A great collection. I think my favorite is the third one down with the shadows on the front of the building. Just looks so peaceful and delightfully inviting. Have a great week, Tracy!

Rinkly Rimes said...

http://rinklyrimes.blogspot.com/2010/08/shadow-times-two.html

Mr Linky seems to have faded into the shadows! I enjoyed your collage as usual and the shots of Brisbane make me want to visit!

Cabin and Cottage said...

What beautiful old buildings! The iron fence shadow is especially pleasing. This is such a fun link-up! And it was exciting to be included in the collage--Thanks! Jacqueline

Alexa said...

Wow—what a lot of lovely shadows. And I especially like the pattern of the cobblestones.

Jeanette said...

What a great place for not only Shadow Shots, but taking pictures in general. The flags, the fence, the buildings and the beautiful scenery. Awesome.

Angie said...

Great shots of Bris (couldn't find the shadow of Kev!). Thanks Tracy for the is wonderful meme,

MonikaRose said...

Hello...fantastic shadow shots you have taken, love that sort of scenery..enjoy ur week :)

Married To Singaporean said...

Gorgeous shadow shots! I love the 3rd picture, just great.

Crafty Gardener said...

Some great shadow photos this week. Thanks for including me in the gallery.

The Clip Cafe said...

Hi my first time joining in - off to look at the other shooters now :-)

Jo Williams Photography said...

Tracy, I love your pics, the building is lovely, as are the shadows. Thanks for featuring my photo from last week. Hope you had a great weekend. Catch you next week. Jo ;-)

Southern Lady said...

Beautiful pictures, Tracy. This is my first time to participate in Shadow Shot Sunday, and I appreciate you giving us the opportunity to share our shadow photos.

I look forward to seeing everyone else's pictures today.

Sincerely,
Janie

Semsavblanc said...

Aahh, I remember so well seeing this building from a helicopter I went in at World Expo '88. It hasn't changed at all has it?

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

This is my first time. "Shooting Shadows" is more intentional for me. I have to think about them.

EG Wow said...

Looks like the winter sun has been good to you this week!

elizabeth said...

What an elegant and substantial building.
Super collages as ever.

Anna said...

Crystal clear and beautiful shots of your city! Lots of great shots that inspire the photographer wannabe

This is the first time I am posting something on 'Shadow Shot Sunday'. Its a couple of pics of Sigge the Cat.
Best wishes
Anna
http://annasadornments.blogspot.com/2010/08/shadow-shot-sunday-116-sigge-tabby-tom.html

Sarah said...

It looks a bit Parisian!

Ruth said...

Another beautiful collection of shadowy shots. Love the architectural designs.

Thank you for hosting this beautiful meme. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Blessings!

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love the cobblestone design & beautiful shadows you've found.
& Tracy, wow! your blog looks great! It's been awhile since I've found any decent shadows to post, came here for a bit of inspiration & I must say I am inspired!
Have a great week.
: )

Dina said...

A good-looking old building that casts good shadows.

Barbara and Nancy said...

I love shadow shots when they're on cobblestone-like streets. You have some beautiful ones. We have so few streets like that.
I was so happy to see myself, for the second time, in the gallery. Makes it all even more fun!

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

This was a nice shadow walk around in the parliament area :)
My favourite is the flag shadows.
Happy SSS!

http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/08/08/Shadow-Shot-Sunday.aspx

Beth Niquette said...

What a wonderful photo this is! I love your explanation of the source of the shadows. Just beautiful!

Happy Shadow Shot Sunday!

Gabbi said...

A gorgeous day of shadows dear Tracey! I adore Jonny Hamachi's dark forest especially... beautiful and haunting!

MyTwistedRoad said...

I love this meme... I never noticed shadows before. Now I see them everywhere, and often they're more interesting than the structures that cause them. Thanks for hosting. Rhonda

Gunsside said...

Nice collection, great building
Have a nice week ;)

Dan Kent said...

Some beautiful shots here - I especially like #3 & #5

Square Peg Guy said...

Brisbane seems a bit desolate -- where are all the people? This makes the shadows extra noticeable.

Thanks for including my previous SS in last week's collection!

The one with the View said...

Love the Trees on the building and the Fence shadows! Lovely! I've finally entered another photo, its been too long!!

an9e1a said...

I love the fourth shot- There's so much to take in beyond the quiet of the shady spot. Beautiful! :)

Tracy said...

Wonderful to see something of old Brisbane, Tracy... the Parliament building looks suitably grand and governmental. ;o) Beautiful photos this week from everyone... a lot of white, green and calming colors, I notice... Happy Week ((HUGS))

B : ) said...

Darn - I get dilligent with my memes and then forget to post them!! Here it is anyway, Mr. Linky asleep or not:

http://bleemcguire.blogspot.com/2010/08/shadow-shot-sunday-weekend-reflections_08.html

JunieRose2005 said...

ooops! Seems I missed Mr. Linky- but I DO have some shadows posted! Hope some will find them!

I always love seeing all the different shadows we find!


Junie

Arija said...

Great shots Tracey. I particularly like the curved shadows of the railing and the shadows of the flagpoles.

Have a great week.

M.Kate said...

Hi ya T...if those weeds do grow as pretty as yours in my place..I certainly dont mind..happy week ahead.

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