Sunday, October 30, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday #180

Gabba Gabba Hey! Shadow Shot Sunday!


Hi and welcome to SSS. If you’d like to join in, 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
A selection of some of the submissions from last Sunday


The Shooters:
1. Robin 2. Ms.Becky 3. Riet 4. MyThirdEye 5. Anumorchy 6. Lisa'sRetroStyle 7. Kelly . MagicalMysticalTeacher 9. Photoblogista


The Shooters:
1. ROC 2. Catherine 3. GemmaWiseman 4. PoeticShutterbug 5. Genie 6. Maria'sSpace 7. Joan 8. Jazzbumpa 9. Anjoe


The Shooters:
1. Anne 2. Leovi 3. Leanne 4. Twiggy 5. VioletSky 6. ReallyRainey 7. Linnea 8. Rajlakshmi 9. JohnMcElveen

Here's my Shadow Shot Sunday #180


"Lights! Camera! Shadow Shot!" An odd looking light fitting, combined with the shadow looked a little like a weird bug creature to me. A dancing bug at that!

Happy Sunday!

Shadow Shot Sunday Participants
1. Lisa's RetroStyle
2. Sweet Repose
3. Magical Mystical Teacher #1
4. Sylvia K
5. Magical Mystical Teacher #2
6. The Summer Kitchen Girls
7. BLOGitse
8. Maboe
9. Carletta
10. Counting My Blessings
11. ROC, USA
12. Rajesh, India
13. Chubskulit
14. RylieC
15. Rose
16. Spice Up Your Life
17. Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio
18. John, USA
19. robin-one still frame
20. Francisca in Manila
21. Ralph
22. Freda Mans
23. Cassie~farrr North Idaho
24. Crafty Green Poet
25. Vicki - Maraca
26. Margaret Gosden
27. Ms. Becky
28. Colleen@Looseleafnotes
29. Bev, Canada
30. Happy Halloween RamblingWoods
31. Just Capture
32. Riet, Holland
33. dianne
34. Anne
35. genie~va~usa
36. Sarah
37. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA
38. HOOTIN' ANNI [shadows on the shore]
39. Catherine, Riviera
40. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA, 2nd entry
41. CanadianGardenJoy
42. CrazyasaCoolFox Salem MA
43. Gemma Wiseman's MP Daily
44. Gemma Wiseman's Greyscale
45. Leovi - Everybody Know
46. Kay, Alberta, Canada
47. Matou en Peluche
48. Jo Williams
49. Colleen@Looseleafnotes II
50. A picture in time
51. nattsyrransphoto Sweden
52. Lesley
53. Tes
54. Sweet Nothings
55. alexa in nyc, usa
56. Much Love (Anna)
57. Kylie
58. Lea's Menagerie
59. Angie in Yanchep
60. Talibah
61. Mickie Brown
62. The Coloradolady - USA
63. amberlee
64. I'd Rather Be At The Beach
65. My Third Eye
66. Lighthousegal
67. Oakland Daily Photo
68. Sivinden
69. Carola
70. anjoe, Denmark
71. GITTAN SWEDEN
72. Tina´s PicStory
73. Kenobiitti - Finland
74. Eileen
75. roseredrose
76. mk-blogg
77. Dawn Treader Sweden
78. wonderland
79. Katherine (a glass made of plastic)
80. Our boys & the things they get into ! *LINKY*
81. Leah@manyslices
82. CHIE
83. Kelly's Thoughts & Ramblings
84. joan
85. Sherrie
86. Mama Zen
87. Dew Drops
88. Coloring Outside the Lines
89. Mirage
90. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA, 2nd entry
91. CREATE WITH JOY
92. FiveSibes Howloween
93. John McElveen
94. Kathe W.
95. jazzbumpa
96. natalie pozniak
97. Magical Mystical Teacher #3
98. darla

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

43 comments:

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Looking at that shadow...it looks like some kind of crazy beetle bug! Cool-io!

Sylvia K said...

I love your dancing bug! Isn't if fun and amazing where we can find shadows once we start looking? Hope your weekend is going well, Tracy! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Dorothy said...

Well, it DOES look like a dancing bug! This is my first time to post here, but I've enjoyed seeing my friend's Shadow Shots! It's an interesting challenge!

Carletta said...

A little robot bug maybe!
The vintage look of your image appeals to me.
Have a great weekend!

Paula Scott said...

What a coincidence!! My shadows have to do with light fixtures too! Yours reminds me of what the one in our bedroom closet looks like-which is tragic, seeing as my husband is a lighting guy! LOL!

sarayutouched said...

your "bug" light made me break into "wave your hands in the air like you don't care"
i love shadows...what an amazing amount of fun we have with them.
happy sss tracy.

Francisca said...

Well seen, Tracy! Your bug/fitting image has a appealing retro surreal look!

Cassie said...

That is an interesting, buglike shadow. Very cool. The ShadowShot Gallery is really nice this week too! Happy weekend, and thanks for hostessing this meme for us!!

Ms. Becky said...

this is an excellent shot! it took me a long time to discern it's makings, what it is, its purpose. I love when you look up. happy SSS Tracy, and thanks for hosting.

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

One hopes those hot lamps are not too close to the
ceiling! An interesting take on spotting a phantom
bug instead of a light fixture!

colleen said...

I know what it is but it looks like an alien creature with the shadows adding to its mystique.

Dianne said...

first thing I thought was bug, great minds :)

Riet said...

THat is a lovely little shadow. GRreat shot,

frayedattheedge said...

Excellent shadow shot - I guess old-fashioned lightbulbs just wouldn't have been so interesting!!

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

That would be a really big bug :{ Is that in your house? Does it give you nightmares? Do I need to bring you a shade to cover it up? I think I might have something that would fit it :)

Sarah said...

Yes it is very life like isn't it? Little legs sticking out all over the place!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

I want more shadows in your image! Never thought I'd say that to you. He's a cutie, but his other legs need more oomph. Have a great week, Tracy.

Catherine said...

interesting shadow shot for the day and great collages as usual - Greetings from the Riviera...

Doug Peabody said...

At first I thought your photo was a bug till I read the post. What an interesting light fixture. I've posted this week too.

Gemma Wiseman said...

The light fitting looks like some crazy cross breeding of a beetle and a spider! There is definitely some kind of generic evolution happening here! Terrific shot!

And thank you ever so much for taking time to do the collages! Delighted to see my cluttered street clock included!

Enjoy your weekend!

Sam said...

That light fitting looks like something out of Alien, doesn't it? I like the filter you've put over it too - very mysterious!

The collages are great! I love that there are always a couple of pussy cats in the mix!

Hope you're having a terrific weekend sweetie! XO

Jo Williams Photography said...

I like the dancing bug! That's one very abstract light fitting.

Kay L. Davies said...

You're right, it does look like a bug! Wow.
I love your collages, even though they remind me how many blogs I missed the previous week. I especially love the last photo in the third one, the cat, by John McElveen. Wonderful.

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

Alexa said...

More proof that it always pays to look up!

A Wild Thing said...

With all of our modern technology, can't we make a light bulb that isn't so alien looking...GEESH...cool shot though!

I was late with SSS this morning, my PC wouldn't let me sign in...ARGH...have a good one girl!

muchlove said...

At first glance I thought that WAS a bug!

forgetmenot said...

Is he doing the "jitterbug" perhaps? Great shadow shot. Mickie ;)

Beverley Baird said...

Great shot and shadow! I really had to look closely for that one!

Coloradolady said...

What an interesting photo. At first I thought it was a lawn sprinkler...don't ask...I have no idea!! A bug is much more fitting!! Guess I needed to put on my glasses. Have a wonderful weekend.
Suzanne

Rohit Sareen said...

that is so creative a shot. it indeed gives the impression of an insect. perfect lighting and the soft touch in the photography.

and thanks so much for liking and picking my contribution last week :)

My Third Eye

anjoe playhouse said...

He,he, very funny - but only because its not a really bug ;-)

Tina´s PicStory said...

cool shadows! thanks for hosting :)

Eileen said...

Well seen! A clever picture.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Oh, thank you, Tracy, for including me in the gallery this week. I feel honoured!

That IS an odd little thingy for the lights in your shadow photo!

Ana Eugenio said...

your shot definitely look like a bug to me too! lol :) I love the vintage look. xxo

Joan said...

LOL It does look like it's dancing!
Thanks for featuring Gaby. She is a lovable one!
Have a great week.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Great shadow. Have a great day!

Sherrie
Food for Thought

Southwest Arkie said...

Cute shadow bug!

FiveSibesMom said...

Cool shot and very interesting. I love how shadows show up in everyday places!

John McElveen said...

gREAT tITLE! wE HAVE THOSE bUGS..bILBS TOO!


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darla said...

i love seeing all the creativity! in yours, as well as all the other photo's. thanks for hosting!

chubskulit said...

Terrific shadow shot Tracy! Thanks for including one of my shadow shots last week.

M.Kate said...

Its a good shot...but it a weird way too. I thought it was some bug or insect :)