Saturday, December 01, 2012

Illuminating Shadows

What do you suppose
this is.....
You know what it is....

Has the LIGHT
Come on yet?

As we looked over on the counter yesterday
we saw the lampshade shadow...
the harp & finial,
as well as the lace curtains on the window
were all causing a lovely shadow on the shade for us!
No electric needed
for shadows today!
 Join us for

"Light is good
 from whatever lamp it shines."
 ~Author Unknown


MyMaracas said...

It looked a little scary there at first. LOL

Chubby Chieque said...

That's are great captures, Ladies?

I know it was curtain but not expecting the lamp §;-)

Shadow can fool us in an exciting way.

Great job, once again, Ladies.

Hope you had a great Thanksgiving Day and continue to have a blessed w/end.


robin. said...

Excellent shots!!! I was guessing the make up of a lamp but wasn't sure how the shadow was coming to be...thanks for sharing the series of photos girls. i too love the vintage Christmas ball that came from my Grandma Byers. she will always be with me.

Sylvia K said...

Wonderful captures for the day! I thought I could see a lamp, but wasn't sure!! Fun ones!! Hope you have a great weekend!!

Paula Scott said...

LOVE the quote and LOVE the shadow shot!!
Nothing but smart!

Ralph said...

I was considering a spider's web make of metal - until the reveal. Very cool lamp -so classic that it ought to sell easily! You have the most artistic shadows in your wonderful shoppe!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The first photo made me want to say, "Octopus!" But, of course, I knew I'd make a fool of myself--as I just did! :)

Gemma Wiseman said...

I'm worse than MMT! I thought of a large spider carrying a sac of babies! Eerily fascinating shadow!

Chubskulit Rose said...

Those are beautiful shadows.

My Shadow
Have a blessed Sunday!

blogitse said...

*Imagination is more important than knowledge.*
Albert Einstein
Happy Sunday chicas!

Catherine said...

What lovely lacy filigree shadows...

A Cuban In London said...

It freaked me out a little at the beginning. Good shots! :-)

Greetings from London.

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