Sunday, April 22, 2012

Shadow Shot Sunday 2 - Shadowy Mumbai Street Scene - April 22, 2012



I am participating in Shadow Shot Sunday 2 -
aim that camera at the shadows in your life and join in the fun!!




16 comments:

  1. India, wow!
    Hope you will put my country on your To Do list.
    You have been to so many far places.

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  2. What a nice street, full of plants — and shadows of trees everywhere! Looks like you had good weather that day.

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  3. As if the street scene has been lightly smudged with lots of shadow patterns! Lovely!

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  4. Nice dappled shadows in the foreground. The deeper shadows at the back are mysterious.

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  5. Wonderful details in that image. Please have a good new week ahead.

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  6. That shadowy street scene makes me want to put on my traveling shoes!

    “Shadowed Is My Way”

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  7. Neat little street scene fill with great shadows.

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  8. There sure are a lot of potted plants in those shadows!

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  9. Scenes of India, reminds me of Philippines a little bit. Can't wait to see more photos of your travel.

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  10. Very nice shadows.

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  11. cool shadows! I see you are back from your trip to India and Hong Kong. Hope you had an enjoyable time in India. Your header of Mysore palace is stunning!

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  12. Great capture, Carmen! I like plants in pots!

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  13. Very nice shot! I love how the shadow almost looks like lace in the photo. What an amazing trip you must have had. Looking forward to seeing more photos. Have a great week!

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  14. [The traveler] may feel assured, he will meet with no difficulties or dangers, excepting in rare cases, nearly so bad as he beforehand anticipates. In a moral point of view, the effect ought to be, to teach him good-humored patience, freedom from selfishness, the habit of acting for himself, and of making the best of every occurrence. . . Traveling ought also to teach him distrust; but at the same time he will discover, how many truly kind-hearted people there are, with whom he never before had, or ever again will have any further communication, who yet are ready to offer him the most disinterested assistance.

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