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Friday, February 05, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday #90 #91 - Geometric Shadows

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The skybridge connecting upper levels of the art galleries at the SFMOMA

Skybridge with people.


The shadows above the skybridge are cast by this huge skylight.

A work of art in itself.


Visit Hey Harriet's Shadow Shot Sunday this week to see more shadows from all over the globe.

2/6/10: This post is for SSS #91 which will appear next Sunday at Hey Harriet's. To see this week's SSS post #90, click here. Sorry about all this Tracy. I think I'm on the right track now, if a bit ahead of myself. Or maybe I'm behind?





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20 comments:

Paz said...

Ohhh! Ahhh! Absolutely love these shots!

Paz

Noelle said...

Hi Christine,

I love your creative shadow photos. I definitely need to check out the museum next time I visit SF.

Ralph said...

The walkway leaves a fabulous shadow, the herringbone pattern so artistic! The skylight is huge, and by leaving an interesting pattern in the shadows, a pleasure to view...

Sylvia K said...

These are fantastic shadow captures, Christine! I LOVE them! Hope you're having a great weekend!

Sylvia

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

WoW! what an adorable museum. Looks so much to see and enjoy.

Your shots are well done. Very nice and perfect. Crispy captured too.

Happy SS

Gallery Juana said...

San Francisco is my favorite big city in California.
The patterns and monochrome colors really make this structure look like a art work. Love your photography.

Carol said...

Quite wonderful Christine! Amazing photos!

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Nice shots - wonderful geometry. I recall the first time I walked across this - scary, dizzying! I like the shot with the people in it - gives the depth.
Three Rivers Daily Photo

Cassie said...

The geometric shadows are stunning. Complicated, yet simple in black and white. Very nice.

Stine in Ontario said...

What a great eye you have! Love the shadows!

Hey Harriet said...

These are cool captures! Art galleries can be a great source for wonderful shadows!

I'm not sure if you're ahead or behind. Now I'm confused! Although it doesn't take much to confuse me. Doesn't matter either way as your shadows rock!

Christine said...

Thank you so much, all of you, for your wonderful, exhilarating comments. I'm trying to get to all of your sites as soon as I can.

Carolyn Ford said...

Wow! How unique these are...wonderful find!

Sweet Repose said...

WOW...my eyeballs are stunned...I'm afraid if I looked up, I would fall down...or at least walk funny...or maybe it's my age and bifocals...cool shot!

Serendipity said...

Those are wonderful. What an interesting building!

Crafty Green Poet said...

wonderful geometry in those shadow shots!

Christine said...

Thanks so much, Carolyn. I love your black and white blog and hope to join in someday.

I always get a little when I first step out on bridges like this, Sharon. It goes away quickly though. Glad you like the shot.

Thank your for your visit, Serendipity. I'm glad you like them.

Martha Z said...

Great shots and a very appropiate building for a museum of modern art.

Christine said...

Thank you, Juliet. I'm happy that you visited.

Christine said...

Thanks for stopping by Martha. i gave a quick visit to your blog and will be back!