12 November 2011

Shadow of Autumn


Crimson King Maple leaf and shadow on dining table.  (November 2011)

I am joining Hey Harriet on her Shadow Shot Sunday blog which shares shadowy photography by both amateur and professional photographers, world wide.  Won't you stop by and see what catches your eye?

11 comments:

FlowerLady said...

What a lovely autumn photo.

FlowerLady

Sheila said...

A beautiful leaf Shirley - the last we'll see this year... we are in the city but heading north this morning. I really dislike winter and will be glad to stay off the highways for awhile...

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Hello there Shirley and what a gorgeous shot of this leaf against the wood grain !
We have a Crimson King in the front yard and several trees in the back .. but we have that awful "Black Tar Spot" fungus in the neighbourhood so it leaves a polka dot affect .. not harmful to the trees gladly but the leaves look crazy ? LOL
Joy

Rambling Woods said...

I love the shadows that the leaves make Shirley...

LV said...

It just takes one leaf in the right place to make a great shadow shot.

LV said...

As to your comment on my blog, my picture,SSS,is current. All this week we have had 82 degree heat. The plants and flowers do not know what to do. It may drop to 70 tomorrow they said. Texas is drying up.

joey said...

Your shadow shot is very dramatic, Shirley ... a wonderful image!

Shyrlene said...

Awesome photo!!

Jennifer@threedogsinagarden said...

Beautiful shot! You have used the sunlight perfectly.

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