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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Shadows contrast during visit

Visiting longtime friends at their comfy yellow house just outside my home town of White Rock, BC, I was struck by the contrast of light and shadow on their lawn and under their eaves. Small birds had emptied the feeder, but crows sat on a wire, hoping for the crusts of bread my friend Ruth and her husband Harmen often throw them.

© Photo by Kay Davies
Posted for
Shadow Shot Sunday 2
hosted by Gemma Wiseman, Magical Mystery Teacher, and Rose (Chubskulit).
Thank you to Tracy in Brisbane, Australia, for hosting the first version of Shadow Shot Sunday for so long!
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13 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

Amazing how birds learn very quickly where they may find a reliable food source! Love this shadowy perspective of them playing the waiting game!

Ralph said...

Crows are such opportunists! Instead of foraging as other birds do. They take from the smaller ones or beg from the humans. So we have to ignore the marauding and lazy crows, and instead admire the lovely neighborhood and your friends' nice estate and the beautiful day as well. Nice (except for the crows...)

T... said...

great shot, love the birds on the wire.....have a great week

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Is it still that green in your part of the world, or have frostier--or even snowier--days made their appearance?

MANY SHADOW-SEEKERS SAY

Many shadow-seekers say,
“Oh, the one that got away!”

Why are you so uptight, folks?
Can’t you take light’s little jokes?


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


Day’s End Shadows

LV said...

Lots of pretty shadows while the birds are waiting for dinner.

Paula Scott said...

Just look at those birdies on the wire! Waiting so patiently...evermore!

Dimple said...

As I have bee walking lately, I also have been struck by the contrast of light and shadow. It transforms the forest and gives a different view of your friends' house as well!

You found the reflection in my post, it wasn't blurry eyes! I pray you will soon be able to see clearly again.

Susie Clevenger said...

Great shot..birds on a wire...crows are persistent when seeking food

chubskulit said...

Such a beautiful shot! I love those birds on the line!

My Shadow. Thank you for supporting the new team of the Shadow Shot. Happy Holidays!

Crafty Gardener said...

very nice photo for this week, I've got to get myself back into the routine of joining Shadow Shot Sunday in the new year

sarayutouched said...

patience is a virtue!! nice shot!!!!

soho stitch said...

Even though they are such a small part of the shot the crows really stand out. A great shot :)

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Love how you have captured the crows.Nice silhouettes.