Sunday, November 21, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday #131

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Shadow Gallery


The Shooters:
1. Marilyn 2. RecuerdaMiCorazon 3. Eden 4. Kay 5. Wanderlust 6. MelissaB 7. Anne 8. PattiV 9. Paz'sNewYorkMinute


The Shooters:
1. MaryInLKN 2. DesignsOfTheHeart 3. FiveSibes 4. CanadianGardenJoy 5. Rose 6. JudySheldon-Walker 7. Lisa'sRetroStyle 8. Sam 9. BettyAndBess


The Shooters:
1. Rantis 2. Kitty 3. Mel 4. Arija 5. TomHilton 6. Joan 7. Dani 8. MagicalMysticalTeacher 9. SaraChapman

Here's my Shadow Shot Sunday #131



I discovered these shadows while walking down the alleyway that runs beside Downes Shoes (Brisbane's fave Dr. Marten shop!) in Fortitude Valley. The shop is about 120 years old I believe, and rumour has it that there's a resident ghost living upstairs. The ghost at least has a pretty view from those little windows.

Happy Sunday!

Shadow Shot Sunday Participants
1. Sweet Repose
2. Lisa's RetroStyle
3. Magical Mystical Teacher
4. Ralph
5. Arija, Australia
6. Dani, Lovely home for hearts
7. Lucka, Lomnice, CZ
8. spadoman
9. Jill, Mississippi
10. Inverness Daily Photo
11. Dina - Jerusalem
12. Tom Hilton
13. Hyde Daily Photo
14. Nostalgic Marveling
15. Spice Up Your Life
16. Molokai Girl
17. Chubskulit
18. John
19. robin-one still frame
20. Sylvia K
21. Rose
22. jabblog uk
23. The Summer Kitchen
24. Woody
25. Ackworth born, gone West
26. Emma Sue
27. Kitty
28. Joy @ Joysweb
29. Bev Baird
30. RamblingWoods
31. Anne
32. Hyacinths For The Soul
33. Catherine, Mexico
34. Lani in Taipei
35. Martha Z
36. Vicki
37. Gallery Juana
38. Alissa
39. Quiltworks, Boston, USA
40. Kay, Alberta, Canada
41. BLOGitse
42. Gemma@Greyscale, AUS
43. fairchildstreet
44. Canadian GardenJoy
45. toby
46. Sam
47. Molly Golver
48. The Fairfield House
49. EG Wow, Canada
50. Create With Joy: Legend Arm Wrestles
51. Crafty Gardener, Canada
52. Dimple
53. recuerda mi corazon
54. Shirley, Canada
55. Angelanz
56. Anna (much love)
57. Christine
58. Desert Colors
59. pagan sphinx
60. MOO: NE WI
61. Birgitta - foto CHIP (new blog)
62. Joops
63. Angie, West Australia
64. Sallie (FullTime-Life)
65. Cassie
66. Marilyn NZ
67. snapnshoot photography
68. Freda Mans
69. Cashjocky and the Old Salt
70. Kelly's Thoughts & Ramblings
71. Lighthousegal
72. E Makes Art
73. wallflowersforjane
74. TheChieftess
75. Barbiboo
76. Boonie
77. frankie gusti.
78. Rantis, Swe
79. Urban Muser
80. CHIE
81. Margaret's Miscellany
82. Molly's Country Memories
83. norwood unleashed
84. Maboe, Norway
85. Donna, Finland
86. pieces of me my Jen
87. JazzBumpa
88. Life n Reflection
89. Meri
90. Yogi's Den
91. Square Peg Guy
92. Long Island Daily Photo,USA
93. Gunsside, Norway
94. Lynne
95. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA

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66 comments:

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Shadowlights! Delightful!

SSS: Dragonflame

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

I LOVE that first photo! That looks like one for your shop...maybe it's already there.

I think lights strung outdoors is so romantic:)

Happy Sunday Tracy!

Spadoman said...

I love these lights. When wedecorate for an occasion and use lights, I want to leave them up forever, and why not? And these might cast shadows when lit as well as create them during the day. Looks like a great place. An alleyway, I like that.

Peace.

Inverness Daily Photo said...

Shadows of delight.

Dina said...

Ghosts and shadows--spooky!

Tom Hilton said...

Very cool. Love those strings of lights, and they do make great shadows.

Shameless plug for our blog: Pixels at an Exhibition just celebrated our 2nd anniversary.

Paula Scott said...

Those are absolutely wonderful! It looks like an alley in Italy or something. I can imagine how magical it must look at night when lit up.

chubskulit said...

Creepy hehehe, and I bet the ghost would love to see those shadows too. Would you freak out if you take a picture and then you see the shadow of the ghost?

Sylvia K said...

What a terrific shadow shot for the week, Tracy! Love the string of lights! Magical! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!

Sylvia

sarayutouched said...

love, love, love the brick. the second is my favorite. great shadow capture here tracy!!! lucky ghost!!

jabblog said...

Love the lights and their shadows - not a shady alley, that's good. Light makes ghosts shy ;-)

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Those lights are so cute strung through that alley - we're sure that at night it would cast fantastic shadows....perfect for haunting, of course :)

Woody said...

Love the shadows on the old brickwork

Kitty said...

great shapes! and i love a good ghost story. do tell more!

jlshall (Joysweb) said...

Lovely shadows! And such a wonderful place name - Fortitude Valley. Doesn't sound like a ghostly place at all.

Beverley Baird said...

What great shadows! Love the lines in the second one!

frayedattheedge said...

I immediately thought of Harry Potter .... might he shop there after he has been in Diagon Alley?

Sarah said...

Fun shadows. Thanks for sharing the gallery and for hosting each week. ~ Sarah

Catherine said...

the collages are especially lovely this week - and love your shot - what a beautiful and atmospheric building - the brickwork really makes the shot....

Kiki aka Victoria said...

Fabulous..these are gorgeous!

MyMaracas said...

The effect you've used is perfect. That first one seems mysterious and otherworldly - just the thing for a haunting. And I love the shadow pattern cast in the second. Nice, nice!

Martha Z said...

Interesting the way the shadow falls on the wall.

GardenJoy4Me said...

Tracy girl you pick NOW ? to talk of a ghost ? Where was this during my Halloween obsession, girl ?? LOL
Hey .. you are right .. this ghost has a great view .. those are sharp shadows !
Thank you so much for including me in the collages (I never know if that is spelled correctly?)I appreciate it!
Joy : )

Gallery Juana said...

Beautiful shot of the sky with the textured buildings on the side. And the shadows in the second shot look like an abstract design on canvas.

The collection of shadows from last week are amazing. I enjoyed catching up that way on everyone's posts.

Hope you had a lovely weekend.

Alissa Nicolau said...

Hello Tracy,

I love the blue color in your first shot. So, so pretty! I imagine I'd like to walk down that alley often. So cool of you to look up. I find a lot of people in my life who don't look up. What a missed opportunity in this life journey of ours.

The triangle shaped wires and lights in the second shadow shot is wonderful. A very interesting view.

Hope your weekend was full of happiness!

Alissa

Kay L. Davies said...

Beautiful photos.
Can a ghost be said to be "living" upstairs? LOL
Thanks for another Shadow Shot Sunday, Tracy. Just about to post mine. Was fun to see our dog Lindy made it into one of the mosaics. That's my favorite, where she lay down to rest in front of another dog's yard, ignoring him completely.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

mollygolver said...

Love the pictures of the lights, Tracy. Mosaics are great too!

BLOGitse said...

Hi Tracy,
greetings from Finland - again!
More country side snow pics coming later...Have a relaxing Sunday! Cheers!

Greyscale Territory said...

Those shadows seem to hang with with mystery on the old walls! Alleyways have such a creepy fascination for me! Great shots!

fairchildstreet said...

Great shadows thought you were going to say the photo was taken in Europe. Charmaine

fairchildstreet said...

Great shadows thought you were going to say the photo was taken in Europe. Charmaine

GardenJoy4Me said...

Tracy girl .. I changed my blogspot name to canadiangardenjoy officially so the second link up with Mr. Linky is what the true blog address is .. sorry about messing things up .. I just had to make problems for myself and get into trouble ! hehehe
Joy from Canada Land : )

toby said...

Really cool shot - I like it a lot!

Sam said...

How lovely! Are those round things light globes by any chance? If so, I bet that street looks a treat at night! I love that there's a possible ghost in the shop too - so cool! Although, having said that I think it would scare me a bit going in! :0)

How did your fair go by the way? I hope the weather was good for you guys! ...and that you were rushed off your feet with appreciative admirers! It's all happening, isn't it? It's nearly Christmas! It can't come soon enough for me because I've got two weeks off - absolutely can't wait!!

Have a lovely week sweetie and thank you for putting in my two guys into your collages - so pretty! XOXO's

FairfieldHouse said...

I am new to your blog but I will certainly be returning. You have a great eye. Love the strung lights -- you'd never see them here in the states. I linked up my shadow shot!

Deborah

Arija said...

Delightful especially with the ghost/ I wonder, could you catch his shadow on a moon lit night? You never know what you might find in an alley.

lovely weathered brickwork and looong shadow under the window.

Crafty Gardener said...

What neat shadows ... too bad you didn't capture the ghost shadow too!!

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

A ghost huh, the friend that rewired my shop told me that when he was working in my basement, he felt something grab his leg, he thought it was me or his wife...NOT...now I have something else to dwell on in my lil' pink shack...heehee!!!

Love your shadow, looks like a stick person climbing the wall...have a great week Tracy!!!

Ralph said...

The alley is a classic as it sits nestled between the old brick buildings. The ghost will have a spectacular look at the goings on in our modern time...

Dimple said...

Those lights make great shadows on the wall! I like the shadows from the windows, too, and the feel of the colors, as if you scanned some old prints!

muchlove said...

very nice shadows, Tracy. The ghost must be enjoying the view so much if he/she's stayed there for 120 years!

Kits Chow said...

Lovely contrast, the straight lines vs the irregularly-shaped and weathered bricks.

Diane AZ said...

What an interesting place to stroll and look for shadows. You found some great ones!

MOO said...

Lovely view!

Kugel's

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Nice shadow shot, love the lights strung between the buildings.

Angie said...

Can almost hear that ghost say
"Christmas must be on the way, lighting up my life again"!

Cassie said...

Ooooo a ghost who enjoys a view! Very neat ShadowSHots. I like the way those lights are strung across the alley.

Marilyn said...

Great shadow shots Tracy; and thank you for including my shadow photo from last week in your collage above.

Kebeni said...

fabulous shots tracey

Kelly said...

What a magnificent old building! I love the brick (and the strung lights).

Emakesart said...

The collages are wonderful! And your two shots are gorgeous!! Love the great angles you used! Bravo!

xoEsther

Jeanette said...

Great shot as always. Thanks for sharing and for hosting this meme. I always enjoy my visits here!!

Anonymous said...

GREAT SHADOWS TRACY.

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Gen. said...

awesome stuff. I'm now playing along...very amatuer!
Gen. xx

Camilla (Rantis) said...

gorgeous shadows and great shots...

urban muser said...

great shots!

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Hi T!

How's Dowunder? I hope you're enjoying your soon summer and me drools of the weather.

Absolutely perfect & great shots.

Cheers mate! TC & GB to you and your family.

x0x0
/chie

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Hi T!

How's Dowunder? I hope you're enjoying your soon summer and me drools of the weather.

Absolutely perfect & great shots.

Cheers mate! TC & GB to you and your family.

x0x0
/chie

Kristy said...

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Cassie said...

Hey Tracy,I'm having a heck of a time trying to post a comment on Sam at matouenpeluche's blog. Am I alone on this??

Christine said...

I like your light-shadows on that wonderful old wall, but mostly I like the ghost story, which I hope you will expound on one day. I love ghosts!
And it seems that I missed linking here again. I see that I was in Mr. Linky last week but my post didn't show up and I was hoping it would this week so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Can you help?

Victoria said...

These are both fabulous, Tracy! The first one looks so festive, and the 2nd one a bit ominous. (Makes me believe in that ghost!) Great shots!

Square Peg Guy said...

Cool!

Lily Hydrangea said...

Very pretty view! I hope the ghost appreciates it. : )
Lovely photos too Tracy, as always!
& the collages are amazing this week - all such beautiful shadows, very inspirational.
Thanks for hosting friend.
: )

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

So happy the shadows a little sunshine can make. With you and your special camera and viewpoint (seeming very aqueous lately) and trusty blog, actual art happens.

I have some reflection-shadows that almost seem like aliens landed:

http://www.artsquadgraphics.com/blog/2010/11/21/flamingo-hotel-reflections/

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