Sunday, September 6, 2009

STAY AT HOME - Shadow Shot Sunday

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This is a beautiful glass bowl from the contemporary collection at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY. Because they are on the inside of the closest side of the bowl, you can't see the images of ladders in the glass, but you can see their shadows.
Glass makes both beautiful and colorful shadows.

(©2009, C.J. Peiffer)


Margaret aka: Fact Woman said...

Stunning shot! It's perfectly exposed and lit.

Hey Harriet said...

Wow! This is mesmerizing! I absolutely adore this shot!

One Prayer Girl said...

Maybe I should take up photography.

This is a terrific shot. I just love artistic expression. Even if I find I can't do it, I can certainly appreciate it.

Happy Sunday,

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

That is one cool shadow...and bowl!


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Crafty Green Poet said...

wonderful bowl and coloured shadows, the photo is lovely

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

Oi Carolina!That's a beautiful shot of a gorgeous piece...Thank you so much for stopping by, commenting and sharing your colorful photograph!

Sylvia K said...

That is an awesomely beautiful shot! I see something different in it each time I look at it!



Carletta said...

What a terrific shot!
Very well captured. It's amazing what all you can see. :)

Linda said...

That's a really great shot. What a beautiful piece of glass, too ... how fascinating it is!

David T. Macknet said...

A truly beautiful piece of glass! Thanks!

Jenners said...

I really like this one ... before seeing your glass shadow photos, I just really thought shadows were gray!