Saturday, September 10, 2011

...as we journey towards it...

hope is like the sun,
 which, as we journey toward it,
casts the shadow of our burden behind us.
samuel smiles
love, love, LOVE the shadow on this spider web!!!

clay pot broken by the gale force winds.

sweet face of a pansy.

Poetry is an echo,
asking a shadow to dance.
carl sandburg

join us for more shadows.
may there be sun,
somewhere,
in your life today.
just BE.
robin.

17 comments:

Sylvia K said...

What delightful shadow shots for the day, Robin! I love them all and particularly the spider web! That is awesome! And I always love your beautiful words/thoughts for the day as well -- great way to start my day! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

Sylvia

frayedattheedge said...

I love the spider web best - followed by the (sadly) broken pot.

Molly said...

Robin, the pictures of the cobwebs are beautiful. Have a great (Shadow Shot) Sunday

Catherine said...

what a gorgeous sequence of shots - my favourite is the clay pot - so sharp and striking...

Sam said...

That spider web is so beautiful! It's so fragile and pretty. They are all lovely shadowy shots!

Ms. Becky said...

each photo is like a beautiful melody. my fave is the spider's art work. lovely. happy day to you Robin.

LV said...

Really liked all the different shadows you shared. The spider web is the best.

A Wild Thing said...

Love, love, love them too...nice catch, but boy does it look cold! We had a rain this morning, so I'll be mowing the grass at least one more time for this year.

Time to start the caulking and dragging it all away, it was fun while it lasted. The last of the gardening will be sad, waited so long for it and the drought made quick work of it...strange veggies this year...but there's always next!

I still can't bare to look at last years winter clothes, didn't I just put them away? Found your woolies yet Tilda!!!

See ya in the morning for java...

Ralph said...

The spider weaves a beautiful web of symmetry and style , whose delicate lace abounds with equally elegant shadows. The flowers are diminutive in size, but mighty in color. The clay pot seems strong, but a might gale sent it into pieces. Strength that is plenty for most events cannot tempt nature without being taught a lesson...

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Broken pots, spiderwebs and flowers--and exquisite offering of "little things" for this week's shadowy finds. Thank you, Robin.

BITS OF SHADOW

Bits of shadow and blasts of light,
Morning and evening, noon and night;

Days of darkness, gloomy and drear;
Sometimes bright ones, bringing good cheer;

Spring or winter, summer or fall,
Light or shadow—embrace them all!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Morning Shadow Magic here

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice photos.

Regards!

Spadoman said...

They are all great shots, but I love the broken terra cotta planter. The edges themselves have small shadows with in the shadow shot. The curve is not symetrical, yet it continues along the sdge of the pot, not daring to creep over the top of it. Very cool photos all around.

Peace

BLOGitse said...

I like your echos... :)
See you in October again!

Gemma Wiseman said...

These photos are like a beautiful journey through the magic world of shadows! Just wonderful! Adore the web and shadow!

forgetmenot said...

Totally amazing shadow shots-the spider web is incredible. I LOVE the quote. Mickie :)

Hey Harriet said...

All wonderful photos but I'm especially smitten with your spider web cature! Love the Carl Sandburg quote too!

Patti said...

They are all beautiful, but I love the intricate detail you captured in the spider web photo.