Shadow Shot Sunday

Shadowy Purple Coneflowers

I love faded out purple coneflowers. My wife doesn’t deadhead them any longer just for me.

Double Exposure - Car and Back Yard

And a double exposure of a bright red car and my back yard. Lots of shadows, here, there, and everywhere.

Our overgrown backyard. I like the wild look. Too hot to mow right now.

During our recent mini-trip to the Branson, MO area we tried to eat outside as much as possible since it is ground zero for the delta variant. We found this nice place.

We spent a lot of time at our cabin reading and talking on the deck. Lots of shadows there.

And some more cabin shadows.

And yet a few more!! It’s a cabin shadow extravaganza!! I took my drone but the electronic fence for it say no can do!! Restricted flight rules, I guess because we were close to a Corps of Engineers Lake.

And a shot at home when we got back. Apologies if I’ve already posted this. I have over 80,000 photos in my archives. I can hardly remember what I did yesterday let alone what photos I’ve posted and which Ihaven’t. Double apologies for being so crusty.

That’s all the shadows I got this week. I’m linking with the Magical Mystery Teacher’s Shadow Shot Sunday 2. Go check it out.

6 thoughts on “Shadow Shot Sunday

  1. Angie

    Alan – how sweet of your wife to let the flowers go for you. I think she is a gardener like me, and we are picky about that sort of thing!

  2. Lisa

    Wild gardens are the best! I leave some of my coneflowers. If I don’t see any birds on them soon though, out they come. I want to divide the plants for transplant. I’ll toss the seed heads into a free and wild growing area.
    Nice cabin shadows.

  3. DrillerAA

    Love the double exposure and your really long shadow in the street.
    We’re headed to the Branson area soon but plan to spend a couple of days by Bull Shoals lake and very little time in town. Have a blessed week.

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