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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday ~ Seattle Guest Shots

These are 2 Shadow Shots that my daughter, Jessica, took. She said she has much better ones, but when I saw these on her FB photo gallery I knew they'd be just right for SSS. The top photo was taken from the upstairs at Joe Bar when her dad and I surprised her for her birthday last December. The bottom shot is of David, my son-in-law, taken at Volunteer Park. Both taken in Seattle, Washington. I think the girl has real talent, don't you?!

For more Shadow Shot Sunday peeps, go visit Tracy in Australia. Toodles!!

29 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great shadows from here in Seattle! Your daughter is a great photographer! Hope you have lovely weekend, Cassie!

Sylvia

Dorothy said...

Very interesting Shadow Shots, Cassie. Happy Sunday to You and Pat!

Ralph said...

That second shot is great! With that smart driving cap, I feel that David is from 100 years ago when the (now) old building was new. How cool!

Rev. Paul said...

I like both shots, although @Ralph seems to be onto something ... nice!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

We think your daughter did an awesome job! Love them both.
Karla & Karrie

Paula Scott said...

Yes, she indeed does have talent! I especially love the one of David.
I also love the fireworks banner that you have and the snippet of a letter from Paul to the Romans.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

at Joe Bar
they sit in shadows
imbibing

Busy Bee Suz said...

She is WAY talented!!!
Love both of these Cassie.
Enjoy your weekend.
Suz

Mildred said...

Hi Cassie, I loved both of these photos. Thanks to you and your daughter for sharing these. She is very talented. Wishing you all a great weekend.

Sam said...

Yes, your daughter is talented for sure! These are very interesting and well executed shots!

chubskulit said...

Kudos to your daughter Jes for taking these wonderful shadow photos!

Dimple said...

Hi Cassie!
1-Awesome header!
2-yep, your daughter has talent, those are wonderful shots, and
3-You probably already knew this, but these new templates have an option to change their width. I did with mine, but I don't remember the process. Anyhow, if you didn't know, and want to try, it's in the template design part.

Have a great day!

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Great shots, your daughter has a great eye..

Sweet Repose said...

Wonderful shots, she definitely has an eye for detail and composition! The second shot is very moody and thought provoking.

NORWOOD UNLEASHED said...

Wow your daughter captured it perfectly. I really get a sense of this ambience.
norwood

PS- well mom does at least.

Beverley Baird said...

Your daughter definitely has talent! These are great shots! Love the shadowy effect in both!

Hey Harriet said...

Yes! Your Jessica does have real talent! I especially love the second photo!!! Thanks for sharing these super Seattle shadows!

Hope you have a great week :)

Rosebud Collection said...

Wonderful pictures and yes, she does have talent..
Happy SSS.

Qwave À la carte said...

Almost Pop Art
Me Heart :)

Ann said...

I wonder what the man is looking at?

You have a recruit to take your photos.

frayedattheedge said...

Super shadow shots - she definitely has a good eye!!

香昱信張君林 said...

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Manang Kim said...

Beautiful shots and the composition is great!

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Sarah said...

She does! They are both really lovely photos-especially the second one.
As for felting-no I don't think you need to be clever-just careful-for the needle felting anyway. I learnt the wet felting from a book and the needle felting through reading a bit, looking at youtube videos and trying it out. The technique is easy but getting the results you imagine is a bit harder. It is fun to see what happens though! Look on youtube for videos!

Lynda Howells said...

very interesting shadow shots. lyndax

photo blog http://chocolatelifeandjazz.blogspot.com
and
art/craft http://tryingtocreatearteveryday.blogspot.com

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Yes, and lovely photo shots too! Great to see some family memories.
Thanks for the visit Cassie. Much appreciated.

The Japanese Redneck said...

I like her pictures. She indeed does have talent.

Kitty said...

Very nice shots. I like her style! And yes, your description of some car thingy crowding the average visitor out of Monterey sounds right on the nose. Typical. Better luck next time through!

J Bar said...

Great shots.