Believe it or not, these two 'toys' live in my kitchen! I have a lot of art in my kitchen since I spend a lot of time in there making meals and such. I have funky toys in my studio space too sitting up on the shelves. They are reminders for me to not take things quite too seriously...
I LIKE TO CALL THIS ONE, "THE SCREAM"
My cell phone camera did the courtesy again. I saw shadows... it was handy. What can I say? The monkey is a wind up toy and when you wind him up, he plays the cymbals. How entertaining is that?
The Green Light
Sitting on a picnic table in Red Rocks Crossing in Sedona waiting for a friend and enjoying the warm sunshine. My water bottle cast the most blingy kind of shadow thing. I'll stop at nothing, I tell you!
As promised, I do have some images posted from the Arizona trip I took a few weeks ago. They are on my Flickr Photostream site. One set is of some spray art done in an abandoned swimming pool in a 'ghost town' off of the I-40. That set was done on my cell phone. I did take other images at that site with the big daddy Nikon that I have, but haven't uploaded those yet. There is also a set on some Native American ruins (Palanki and Honanki) near the Sedona/Cottonwood area. Those were taken on said big daddy Nikon camera.
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.