This is the head of the Corpse of Christ that 'lives' in our church (Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary). It is life sized and made completely from paper mache. In Mexico. It is only out one day of the year and that is Good Friday. I thought It appropo since Sunday is Easter Sunday.
You might think that the image should be rotated 90 degrees for orientation, but the corpse is lying in an open wooden box (resembling a coffin).
This very special crucifix was made by my friend's sister. It is made from found objects near the bosque. The body is a branch and the head is a seed pod of some sort. The branch and the seed pod are of the same thing-in other words, it was found like that. She didn't glue one piece into the other. Genius that she was able to 'see' all of this to put it together.
Pretty dramatic shadow of a Celtic Cross in the shopping mall at Sedona (from my March trip). See? No matter where I am, I am always thinking of you guys!
Technically, this image does not really have a shadow but, I took it because it reminded me of Easter. It's a snippet of one of the set pieces for Ballet Repertory Theater's, "Alice In Wonderland" show.
For those of you who celebrate Easter, have a blessed Easter! For those of you who celebrate Passover, I hope that was blessed too.
"Everything that we see is a shadow cast by that which we do not see." (Martin Luther King)
Every week, a group of us from around the world post our shadow shots over at Hey Harriet. Entertain your muse and be amused by stopping by to see what others have posted! You can view all of my 2010 Shadow Shot Sunday images on my Flickr account. Click here to view them.