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Friday, September 3, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday ~ #120 ~ Summer Days Shadows

Please go visit our Shadow Shot Sunday hostess, Tracy, from Hey Harriet. Have a great Sunday!

21 comments:

Mildred said...

Wonderful views and such precious little ones. The young girl looks so very proud of her violin!
Have a happy weekend Cassie.

fredamans said...

Beautiful photos, the 1st is my fave!

Rev. Paul said...

What wonderful pictures!

Daisy said...

Neat pictures, Cassie! I love the river shots. :-)

Ralph said...

I have no doubt that the wandering musician plays music as beautiful as the shadow...The hill has shadows along its lower elevations and the chair sits under a tree, a respite to the sunny heat. Nice views of beautiful idaho...

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Lil Miss really enjoys what she's doing & posed for your perfect shot!

Lovely indeed...

Happy SS...

Dorothy said...

Wonderful shadow shots, Cassie! Hope you have a great weekend.

Busy Bee Suz said...

Cassie I love your sweet SUmMeR shadows!!!!
hugs, Suz

Sweet Repose said...

Ahhh, sweet summer and symphony!!!

Dimple said...

Nice shots, Cassie. I think I recognize that bridge...

Rajesh said...

Beautiful grassland. Nice shots.

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Great shots, the little girl certainly looks proud of herself.Very cute.

Hey Harriet said...

These are greeat finds! the second is my fave! Love the musical shadows...if I close my eyes i can almost hear the tune :)

The 'Hootie, the Mad Hatter' film looks fantastic. I really like the vintage look of it. I haven't tried making a film/video yet on my iphone but I certainly will experiment with it sometime soon. I'm still figuring out basic functions. Took me the longest time to work out how to make a capital letter when texting! Yikes! Hope you enjoy your long weekend and the weather plays nice for you at some stage :)

ruma said...

The green undulation lets me feel Nature In Amazing Graceland.

Her smile is wonderful. . .


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wanderlust said...

Stunning landscape. The little violin player, so nice. I played pretty well when I was about her age, I stopped completely for a long time. I took lessons in San Francisco for a while, learned to play a decent amount of songs. But again, I let it go. Sigh. Great photos!

Me (aka Danielle) said...

These are great shadow shots! That last picture looks so inviting and relaxing!

Beverley Baird said...

The first shot is gorgeous! The other photos are great as well -love the shadows! What a superb spot to playing a violin!

frayedattheedge said...

Your mountains are much more dramatic than our hills!! Hope you have enjoyed your holiday weekend!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

just watched the MAD HATTER

you are bonkers cassie
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Mary-Laure said...

Adorable children! They look so happy!

The Japanese Redneck said...

Playing the violin is something you don't normally see down by the water.

Nice pictures.