Saturday, December 12, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday 12-13-09


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It's a little hard to make out - just to the left of the rainbows, a bushtit at the suet feeder outside the window.

14 comments:

Martha Z said...

Nice shadows, I like the dream catcher. I think I see the shadow of the birds tail.

Sylvia K said...

Lovely shadow shot! Love the dream catcher! I think I see the bird tail shadow, too!

Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Ralph said...

Nice and complex, the shadows of leaves and birds easy on the eyes. The sun reflecting on the bulbs leaves a colorful pair of reflections on the wall. A great capture!

32˙North said...

It's a shadow Where's Waldo! I see him. :)

Catherine said...

a nice medley of shadows in this shot..

Joops said...

Very neat!

During winter, its good to look at pictures during summer

Carolyn Ford said...

I love the prism rainbows and the dream catcher! I think I can see the bird...the tail, anyway. Interesting photo!

Leora said...

The rainbows are delightful - it looks like a mouse in the shadow, even if you've said it's a bushtit.

Deb said...

I see the tail! Bushtits are one of my favorites. I love the lilting groups, coming into my feeders like chittering ribbons!

Nice shot!

Hey Harriet said...

I think I see a little mouse too! How delightful those tiny rainbows are!

Hot Fudge said...

And I see a cat - isn't it wonderful when your imagination takes over?

Serendipity said...

I can see the bird!

Dianne said...

I can't find the bird but maybe because I was so delighted by all the detail
and the rainbow

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Love all the detail! Good striking arrangement.

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