Saturday, January 30, 2010

Taking A Back Seat To Shadows

This week we saw a lot of Mr. Sun...

however, we did NOT see our camera screen. It seems that it dropped one too many times....and so, we can not see a thing when we point & click!

(this poses quite a challenge!)

You can imagine, then, that we were pretty tickled when we found that we caught a shadow of this old tractor seat on the desk in front of the store - thank heavens! Now you can join us over on Hey Harriet for Shadow Shot Sunday...where shadows take anything but the back seat!

24 comments:

Golden West said...

Old tractor seats had a lot of style back in the day - nice shot!

The Muse said...

Fabulous for a blind eye camera! :) :)

bobbie said...

A great shot. Real bummer about the screen though. I'll bet you keep looking at it automatically, don't you?

Ralph said...

We only purchase these flimsy point-and-shoot cameras sith viewfinders also; Our daughter's Nikon had its screen break, and trying to have the warranty honored was frustrating. Anyway, a nice shadow, I would hate to be plowing on a bumpy field while attached to this unpadded steel seat...

Sylvia K said...

I have to agree with The Muse -- fantastic capture for a blind eye camera. That is a bummer indeed! Have a great weekend!

Sylvia

sarayutouched said...

well you've done a lovely job!!! love the peely green paint.

simchieinspires said...

ha ha... you ladies are cool & funny. I did that b4 too. I thought I had the best shots ever. But I realized that we have to turn off the flash to take the shadow in pix.

But,hey! this photo is such a gorgeous one.

Hope you both have a blissful week-end.

xoxo as always.

Blondie's Journal said...

Great shadow shot despite your problems!!

xoxo
Jane

Joops said...

Great shadow shot!

Family Bonding Shadows

Cassie said...

Thats a splendid shadow shot. Old tractors had such character!

chubskulit said...

What a beautiful shadow shot!

Princess Shadows, have a great weekend!

Gallery Juana said...

Cool shot!
It is a work of the mind to envision something we can't see.

Good luck on getting a new screen.

Rosebud Collection said...

Great shadow shot..good job.
Happy SSS.

Sweet Repose said...

Looks like a mighty cold seat there, wouldn't want to put my tongue to it these days...not that I would...cool, sunny shot!

Beverley Baird said...

Great shadow! Hope you can get the camera mended!

Everything said...

the beautiful world of shadows....btw love your header photo.......Happy SSS

Hey Harriet said...

Haha! What a fabbo job you've done considering that you can't see what you're shooting. Pity about your camera but great to see that you're still working magic with it :)

Carin said...

That tractor seat gives a great shadow! Nice shot made without seeing a thing! Hope you'll be able to fix your camera soon.

frayedattheedge said...

super photo - sometimes the best photos are ones that happen by chance!!

The Muse said...

RE:visit to my blog & comments...

LOL...yes, the memory foam often cause cases of "Tushy Lingering"
LOL

I so loved having you over for a visit :)

Jane ... said...

Great SS! I {heart} old tractors 'cause I grew up on a tractor seat! Hope your camera keeps finding those SS for you!

Serendipity said...

Beautiful shadow!

Patti said...

Glad you were able to catch a nice shadow in spit of your camera problems. Sorry to read that your screen broke.

I love the song I just heard "Our Love is Here to Stay."

Thanks for sharing it.

Patti said...

* That should be in spite of your camera problems. I must slow down. ;-)

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