Sunday, August 29, 2010

Radiant Red Shadows

A shaft of early morning sun captured my Little Guy’s shadow on the red couch. It offered the opportunity for me to take some great shadow shots and for a lesson about shadows with a fascinated little boy.
The light was beautiful, amazing, I haven’t played with these shots to make them glow like that, the only editing I have done is a little tiny bit of cropping and the rounded borders.
I have been so keen for Shadow Shot Sunday to come around this week; I have been itching to share these! I wonder what the other shadow chasers have found this week. If you’re curious, pop over to Hey Harriet, Tracy is a wonderful hostess; she would be thrilled to have you.

15 comments:

  1. To the little guy, the silhouettes show someone who is still at an age of wonder. He takes all that is new so he, too, can continue learn new things. This is a truly loving look at a special person...

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  2. What delightful captures and how adorable he is! I love the colors! Really unique and beautiful shots. Hope your weekend is going well!

    Sylvia

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  3. Stunning!!!
    So so so brilliant.

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  4. These are wonderful... great treasure! Your boy has such a cute little profile! I would be drawing it as well!

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  5. Gorgeous and colorful shadows.

    MY shadow shot post, have a great weekend!

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  6. Fantastic photos Kylie! Love the red glow! And the the profile of your cute little boy!

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  7. Great shadow shots!
    Happy Sunday!

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  8. Love your shadow shots here!

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  9. Wow! Just wow! And they're not edited!?! I can imagine people tinkering around in Photoshop for ages to achieve results such as these! Fantastic! Hope you've been having a lovely weekend Kylie :)

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  10. Oh - these are fabulous - even in shadow he is just so cute!!

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  11. They're great shadows. When my son was about 10 they took sillouette photos at school then traced around them and transferred onto black card. The card was then mounted on white paper and so each person had a sillouette pictures of themselves. Just like your wee boy, mine had a bit of hair sticking up on the top. We still have his picture framed on the study wall.

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  12. Great shadow shots. Love the vibrant color!

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