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Saturday, April 2, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday #150 ~ Desert Dragon Pottery

These Shadow Shots were all taken at Desert Dragon Pottery. There was (ceramic) dust in the air and all kinds of funky shadows. It was before my 2nd hand camera arrived, so I used Patrick's Nikon. The place was a clutter with pottery waiting to be painted and fired and some completed and some broken. Artists are often quite scattered, so I took advantage of the shadowy set ups presented before me!
For more Shadows, or to join in the fun, just click HERE and it will take you to our hostess, Tracy's blog.

26 comments:

Daisy said...

Lots of really great shadows this time around, Cassie. Happy weekend to you! :)

Ralph said...

Artists are indeed scattered in temperament, in business. But they focus on their art, and focus well. The potter creates, and if it is not up to his/her standards, it is time to break it all and start anew. What a cool desert artist!

Sylvia K said...

Wow! Terrific shadow shots for the day! Looks like a really interesting place and a great variety of shadows! Hope your weekend is going well! It does look as though you have a great time!

Sylvia

A Wild Thing@Sweet Repose said...

And who doesn't love pottery, pottery of all shapes and style...bring it on!!!

Are ya havin' fun yet??

EG Wow said...

I love the magic of the Southwest! And I like very much the shadows in these shots!

Dimple said...

What fun, Cassie! I have never thrown a pot, in fact, I haven't done anything with clay past the spiral strip snail! I'll have to look into those groupons...

forgetmenot said...

Looks like a great place to visit and watch pottery being made. Did you go home with some interesting pieces? Mickie

Paula Scott said...

It's like we were there with you as the sun rose in the morning sky over all that pottery!

Hey Harriet said...

You sure did find lots of glorious shadows in that pottery studio! I'm off to read your previous pottery post now! Have a great week Cassie!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

I bet that was a fun, fun place to visit. I liked the use of the word funky to describe the shadows.

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Happy Sunday.

sarayutouched said...

pottery...cassie what fun. thanks for sharing. love the pottery pieces pictured!!

frayedattheedge said...

That looks like my kind of place - I would love to have a go at throwing a pot!

Joan said...

I would love to explore in there!

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous shadows shots!
My Shadow, have a blessed Sunday!

fredamans said...

What a lovely set of photos! Thanks for sharing a glimpse into the pottery shop!

http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2011/04/shadow-shot.html

Janet said...

Some great shadows Cassie ! would love a little root around that place myself !

Kelly said...

I love the sun and shadow effects in these photos!! Good job!!

Ms. Burrito said...

So pretty!

Would you please drop by and see my shadows? Would love to see you!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great shadow pictures, Cassie... AND---that looks like a great pottery place.... I have never done pottery---but I have a friend who loves it.

Have a great APRIL, Cassie.
Hugs,
Betsy

Busy Bee Suz said...

Cassie, I loved these shadow shots...SO cool.
Of course, Patrick always looks cool and CUTE!!!

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Cassie ! That was amazing : ) I would so love to poke around that place and bargain for some of the pottery .. it had such a special atmosphere .. you could almost hear a conversation happening from the artists relaxing and chatting !
This was a great series of shadow shots : )
My Austrian Pine if not in the pot could reach 75 feet if it were in the ground .. but some how it allows me to keep it alive as a large Bonsia !
Joy

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

We were sneaking a peek at your adventrue below...looks like a bunch of fun! Enjoyed your shadows & your creativity this week Cassie!!

Pam said...

Lots of great shadow shots in there! I've never tried my hand at pottery, but it looks fun.

The Japanese Redneck said...

That's a neat place.

Green Jeannie said...

Excellent shadows yet again. I love potteries, just browsing in them for something unusual is such fun.

GJ xx

SusanB-knits said...

Great shadow pics!
Also, wanted to let you know the garden is doing well so far. I've been watering it every day but have to watch I don't over water it, lol! The gnome gave me back the hat to finish it. He's not getting it back.