Saturday, March 27, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday - Resort Shadows, The Cliffs at Shell Beach, CA

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During my conference at Shell Beach recently, I had the opportunity to photograph all sorts of shadow shots, including yesterday's Bloody Mary. 

I loved these palm shadows in the swimming pool!

Palm and beach chair shadows

Plant shadows

This is the plant that created the previous shadows

More plant shadows

I love this shadow of the ceiling fan on the lobby floor!

14 comments:

  1. Oh my...you Californians sure know how to torture us Midwesterners...sunny dayz are comin' for us too!!!

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  2. Carmen, love the plant and ceiling fan shadows, really cool.

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  3. Love 'em All Girl!! Well Done!!
    hughugs

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  4. Carmen...this is the very road where we used to drive Buddy on the way to our walks at Pismo Beach...

    I feel so bad that you were so close and I missed you. I had been looking forward to it. And Yes...I live about 6 blocks from Firestone Grill. Last night John and I walked to dinner to CPK...but I know you understand. I couldn't talk, I couldn't swallow, I couldn't even breathe.

    This just took me down. But I am feeling better and can't wait to share Teddy with you...

    I know we will meet one day. I know we will.

    Sending love to you my friend on this beautiful Spring day,
    Kary

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  5. Well, my laptop crashed on my last attempt to comment so we'll see if this one works. I am watching for you to post your photo of that fabulous lunch you had at McPhee's. Also, thank you for your generous remarks on my blog today. I'm happy that you could visualize exactly what I was describing. Have a great week!

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  6. Wonderful shadows! I like the first one best.

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  7. How very alluring to meet these shadows of your nice photography.
    Please have a wonderful start into the new week.

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  8. (not sure whether the first comment went through)

    Where just thinking that your shadows are so alluring to be met, more than you might know.
    A wonderful start into the new week.

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  9. Beautiful shadows, Carmen! The fan, and the palm plant are beautiful.

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  10. great shots
    love the shadows

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  11. Beautiful shots. Beautiful shadows. I hope you got some downtime while you were there!

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  12. Sweet Repose -
    We really did have beautiful weather at Shell Beach. It's pretty hard to stay inside and listen to gruesome lectures about crime!!


    Poetic Shutterbug -
    That place was fabulous for shadow shots!!


    Donna -
    Wish we could have a blogger's rendevous at Shell Beach. It's a perfect spot!


    My Farmhouse Kitchen -
    I was sad, knowing you were so close by and sad! I wanted to give you a huge hug. I will see you one of these days, I know! Glad you are getting Teddy!


    Enchanted Oak -
    I've now posted the pictures and what wonderful memories they brought back! I wish I was having lunch with you at McPhee's today!


    Welshcakes Limoncello -
    Never even thought about shadow pictures until I
    started blogging - but, then, blogging has opened up whole new worlds for me!


    ρομπερτ -
    I was thinking what wonderful shadow shots you might find in Athens!! Ancient ones, at that. I hope you have a wonderful week in one of my favorite places!


    Icy BC -
    It is always an honor when you like my photos..you are such a fabulous photographer yourself!


    sm -
    It seems I can't venture out anywhere anymore unless I have my camera in hand, sleuthing out shadows or other pictures for my blog!


    Jenny -
    Shell Beach is always relaxing...good classes but enough time for play with good friends and colleagues.

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  13. What crisp and delightful shadow shots, Carmen! Love the ones of the plants and the ceiling fan and the lounge chairs! Looks like my kind of place! Hope you have a great day Easter Sunday!

    Sylvia

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