Gorgeous! I love seeing what everyone finds. So many beautiful photos.
great picture, i always enjoy your blog
Very nice! I love the lighting and that iron piece is very ornate. Curious, what is it?
I'm not sure what the cast iron piece was originally used for...I bought it for it's uniqueness.Mark made the wrought iron basket...
wow..nice shadow, mysterious too. Hope you are having a great weekend :D
I took a close up look at this piece and it is similar to many table side brackets, that were underneath a table's side arms and slid up to lock sides in place to make table larger??? But back in the day they were also used on sewing machines and clothes dryers (of the wall variety) cool piece anyway.
Sharon,That's really interesting. The piece that hangs vertically in the center of the openwork, swings from side to side. A pendulum?
Oh gosh you're a speedy shadow shooter ;) Whatever that thing is, I like it!
wow, thanks for reminding me. Such interesting shots!
This is a beautiful shadow! I'm not sure what it is, but it's very pretty.
Love the intricate design of the wrought iron stand and the shadow seems to add extra magical depth to it!And the tall metal basket is glorious. Mark is very clever!
Spooky shadows :)
Sometimes the most simplest of things around and give a fantastic shadow shot, I love the shape on the wall, its great.
Very interesting shadow there..I like it! So sorry to read about your Aunt too. Gx
Hi!Very nice shot you have.And thanks for your nice comment.So have I done my picture.The pictures is taken in Tossa de Mar in Spain, 3 march 2007, between 21:00 pm and 01:30 am.I took the first moon picture, and than I took out the moon from the other pictures and paste it in on the first picture.Great that you like my shout.Irene
very dramatic and dark shadows! wonderful.
What a lovely and dramatic photo and the shadows are wonderful! Very dramatic post and fun shadows!
I love the shadow and the piece of iron!
Lovely enchanting shadows cast from the iron.
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