Getting around the world when it's often difficult getting around the house.
Marvelous shadow shot, Kay, as always! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Enjoy!Sylvia
Something as simple as snow is made more interesting with things peeking through and tracks - we were laughing today, because we are seeing squirl tracks ALL over the neighborhood - funny!
What a gorgeous shot! Love the delicate shadows and the bits of grass!Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!
I'll take the sunny parts of your snowy scene, and you may have the shadows. Fair enough?SILLY SHADOW DITTYShadows may or may not bePatterns of urbanity.If a shadow threatens you,Here, my dear, is what to do:Grab the shadow by the throat,Toss it to a billy goat,So the goat can chomp and chew,Keeping it away from you! © 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherChiseled Shadows
The play of light in your coulee is wonderful. The shapely shadows give shape also to the light!
I really love this shot! Shadows from the clouds made the hallow look like bodies of water! Nice post Kay.
The hillsides leave massive shadows below. The grasses however leave fine shadows, the flora standing tall and taunting the cold prairie winds. The detailed shadows are stunning!
I have no idea what a coulee is, but the animals seems to find it attractive. I like all those little paw prints and the grass just poking through.
Beautiful shadow shot!My shadow shots
A very beautiful and endearing shot! I love it.
This is a great, inspiring image!God bless you!Cezar
Your photo shares each Sunday never ceases to amaze me...this one, again, is absolutely breathtaking.A Seagull Shadow
I love the little hills and swirlsand the bits of grass poking thru
Beautiful shadow shot - I really like the light.
Wonderful shot of God's beauty!
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