Shadow Shot Sunday – marking out

23May10

Perhaps not a conventional shadow shot …..

but today we had fun in the garden on a scorching hot day, looking at how shadows changed over the course of the day. Rumpus loved this! Every hour or so, he stood on the ‘X’ and I drew around his shadow with chalk … and we were left with a record of how the sun had moved over the day.

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7 Responses to “Shadow Shot Sunday – marking out”

  1. 1 Erin

    Oh, that’s a great shot — especially dappled as the outlines are. And I’m going to have to do that with T-Bug and CG the next time we’ve got a sunny day on a weekend. (I’m looking out the window at the drizzle now . . . )

  2. A very special and unique Shadow Shot! And pretty, too.

  3. 3 Kiki

    Wow..this is so cool! ove this! brilliant!
    Fabulous!
    Happy SSS!
    KIki
    PS: thankyou for your kind words and sharing your sniffle- of the blackbird!

  4. Cool!

  5. 5 Tracy

    That’s a really neat idea and I love how it turned out. Awesome!

    Have yourself a fantastic week 🙂

  6. 6 Clytie

    What a wonderful and unique idea!!! I love it when people get creative. Great Shadow Shot photo!

  7. 7 Emma

    That is such a clever idea – a brilliant way to teach passage of time, or even movement of the sun… gotta try this one with my two 🙂

    PS.. thanks for your lovely comment on my photo this week… I nearly ran out of time – oops!

    PPS… if you’d like to join in I’ve got a giveaway running until tomorrow – pop over and click on the link on the left hand side at the top of the sidebar 🙂

    Emma x


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