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Here's my Shadow Shot Sunday #118
This big windmill next to the State Library of Qld
looks a little out of place...
But hey, it casts a cool shadow across the walkway. The windmill is there to promote an exhibit at the SLQ Gallery called Windwells: Channelling + Divining
I currently have a nasty flu and I'm struggling to remain upright for long periods of time so it's back to bed for me. I apologise in advance if I'm unable to visit blogs this weekend as I'll be sleeping as much as I can trying to shake this horrid sickness as fast as possible. I hope everyone enjoys their weekend. Take care xo Happy Sunday!Shadow Shot Sunday Participants
|1. Sweet Repose|
2. Lisa's RetroStyle
3. Magical Mystical Teacher
5. Taipei City
6. The Summer Kitchen
7. Dina - Jerusalem
8. robin-one still frame
10. Arija, Australia
11. Qwave À la carte
12. Molokai Girl
13. Tom Hilton
14. Sylvia K
15. Maboe, Norway
16. Hyde Daily Photo
17. Rajesh, India
19. Catherine, Mexico
20. Crafty Green poet
21. Sarah Wallis
22. Jonny Hamachi
23. Gallery Juana
26. Crafty Gardener, Canada
27. Canadian GardenJoy
28. Poetic Shutterbug
29. Nostalgic marveling
30. Maria's Space
31. WPA San Antonio
32. Patti V.
|33. EG Wow, Canada|
37. Super Snouts Elephants
38. Gemma@Greyscale, AUS
39. foto CHIP - Birgitta
40. anka @ happy hang around
42. Dani, Snow flowers
43. Rinkly Rimes
44. Pagan Sphinx MA USA
45. My Quality Time
46. Jeanne @ In One Place
47. Faith Hope & a whole lotta Love
48. Everyday Cat Visitor
49. Heart of a Wizardess
50. Eden, Australia
52. Ben and Carrie Tracks
53. Jo Williams Photography
54. Christine in Trinidad, CA
55. tranquil townhouse, Canberra
56. Sallie (FullTime-Life)
58. Annette - In This Life
60. Lynette Killam
61. Long Island Daily Photo,USA
62. alexa in nyc, usa
63. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA
|65. Angie, West Australia|
67. J Bar, Sydney, Australia
69. Judy Sheldon-Walker
70. Married to Singaporean
71. Ruth @ Daily Divine
72. Margaret Gosden, USA
75. Square Peg Guy
76. Just B
79. Random Hearts
80. Freda Mans
81. Random Nature
82. Mrs. M @ TLC
84. Buy Design
85. Beyond the Garden Gate
87. Junie's Place
88. E Makes Art
89. Urban Muser's Risotto Shadow
90. Designs of the Heart
91. Sarah Pogorzelski
93. Gypsy Lala
94. Julie @ beingRuby
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Love the shadow - yes, it does look out of place, but lovely at the same time!!
Would love to see that exhibition.
You get well soon!
Make yourself a hot toddy of strong tea, honey,rum an lemon an stick some Vicks under your nose and sleep it off under a warm and cushy eiderdown. Hope you gt better really quickly!
That is a mighty cool windmill shadow on the sidewalk! It seems so out of place-in a good way, though.
Feel better soon!
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Love that windmill shadow, though.
Neat windmill shadows and the windmill against the sky is grand.
But we needed to escape from Casa for a long weekend to Bilbao, Spain - greetings from this beautiful city full of art!
I wanted to say
get well soon!
Get well soon and thank you for including my frog in the college girl : ) Joy
Interesting windmill and I agree it provides a great shadow! Cool shot.
Take care, Tracy ~
(Oh, and as always, wonderful, cool shots!)
Now stop reading these comments Tracy, and go to sleep!
Hope the Illness is but a SHADOW upon your spirit and body today!
Take great care of that flu and stay warm!
Sending health vibes from Macedonia
get well soon XO
Hope you feel better soon.
Take care always
See ya next week...s
I hope you feel better real soon.
nice job on the collages too as always.
& thank you for hosting this meme.
hope you have a great week.
Feel better really soon & don't worry about visiting, I know you are with me in spirit when you read this & that's what counts.
I hope you are gargling with warm salted water. According to a Dr. Oz (a famous TV personality/doctor here in the U.S.) it really keeps the germs from multiplying.
I love your windmill shadow laid out across the walkway—and I hope you're feeling better very soon.
Wish I could go to the exhibit. Sounds fascinating. I knew someone who could dowse for water with a coathanger.
Take care and God bless!
This windmill is rad! It looks so country Aus to me and then you say it's next to the library - cool!
Did you manage to struggle out of the house for the big vote?
Hope you feel better soon - sending you my healing thoughts up there all the way from Sydney! XOXO's
I love windmills. That certainly is an odd spot to find one. Nice SS.
What a terrific shadow -- a windmill!
I am late but am here now §;-=
So many great shadows that I never think of it.
Have a nice Monday & week ahead.
Really chuffed to see my photo from last week in your collage. Thanks a lot.
I have an interesting one this time!
PS- Get well soon!!!
Get well wishes coming your way, Tracy!
I'm so sorry you're not feeling well. Get lots of rest and get better soon!
I love, love, love windmills and both of your shots are wonderful!
I've just joined in for the first time.. I found you via Jeanne.. [In One Place]. Thanks so much for hosting..
Love your windmill.. what a fabulous sky!! xx Julie
Continue the fantastic work!