Saturday, February 13, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday.





Just a few shadows around the yard and in the living room.
See the cat prints in the snow, from the cat we feed that won't let me near her. Just so everyone knows, we did get her fixed when she was young. Maybe she remembers how I had to catch her to take her to the vet and never has forgiven me.
Indian shutters in the living room. Husband painted them and I was lucky to catch a shadow.
Most of my shadows are around home. I don't like to travel much in winter.
Check out Hey Harriet's blog for more shadows. There are so many great shots.
Till next time, keep looking up.





14 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Lovely winter shadow shots! I know it's cold but it does make for great shadows in the snow! Hope you have a great weekend! Happy Valentine's Day!

Sylvia

Ralph said...

I cannot imagine a cat that you helped would carry a grudge from the past. But as we know, cats have their own independent personalities. The shadows outside show a faint winter sun. Inside, the shadow adds an elegance to the interior. Nice captures!

Serendipity said...

Lovely shadows :)

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

We have a wonderful husbands. Doing the DIY at home.

I am not active either during winter days. So mostly, chasing shadows around home. Anyways, they are lovely shadows as all the shadows outdoors.

Have a Happy Heart's Day.

Sending my love to you and your dearies at home.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

oh...how we love those shutters - so very nice - and lovely shadows as well! Sometimes you just have to let cats be cats - we've learned!

bobbie said...

Wonderful shots. I like the indoor ones the best.

kim said...

Love your great snow shadow shots and the ones in the room.

XUE said...

Happy Tiger Year ! It's Chinese new Year today & we don't have that much snow in the city :( .

Gallery Juana said...

Aahh... it's hard not being able to hold a cat. I remember two stray cats that I took care of on our property. They never let me pet them but would hang around and come nearer only to be fed. They were happy and never gave up their aloofness.

cool indian shutters.

Stine in Ontario said...

Sure is looking wintery. Thank goodness for the sunshine!

Hey Harriet said...

I can see a lot of paw prints in the snow. Your cat must enjoy frolicking in it! A nice series of shadows. I'm the same as you & don't like to venture out much when it's cold :)

La Alicia said...

lovely pics, I especially like the first one -- very nice. I hope you're staying warm!

Sweet Repose said...

I've secreted away feral cats in my neck o the woods too, wish more folks would do the right thing and neuter their animals...good girl!

Jenn said...

As always you captured some lovely shots here. Those shutters are gorgeous, what a unique window treatment!

Hey thanks for checking in on me over at my place btw, you're so sweet Carolyn :-) Been a busy week here making sample boards and getting my faux finishing back off the ground again. Fun but full days and it leaves little time to blog or comment, but I'm back today with a new post & hopefully can keep up better as days go on through the end of the winter. With snow tomorrow its likely that is all I will be doing! Stay warm my friend :-)