Saturday, March 21, 2015

Shadows In the Woods

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It was tough finding a good shadow shot this morning with our watery sun trying to peek through the clouds and fog.  I tried many shots of different areas around the gardens and then looked here just as the sun pierced both the clouds and the forest to reveal - this.

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colleen said...

Very nice and I expect to see an elf or something come through those woods. But my eye is really drawn to the pop of the flower above it.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, what a breathtaking capture, Christine!!! You got one terrific shadow shot for the day!! I love it!
Hope you're enjoying a lovely weekend -- in spite of our grumpy skies!

Deborah Kay at The Paint Splash said...

Lovely forest shot

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Christine girl !
What an absolutely gorgeous shadow shot you caught (I am still not back into the flow yet for this meme .. guilt guilt!) .. it reminds me of the woods I used to play in as a little girl .. I so loved the time spent there.
Your header picture is a stunner .. what type of clematis is that .. at first I thought it was a thalictrum!
We are still knee deep in snow and winter here no matter who says Spring has arrived .. it is a brutal winter that just won't let go.
Thank you so much for your sweet comments on my post .. I can understand it is a tricky situation with your grow zone so near the coast .. but you are so lucky to be by the sea .. I miss it tremendously.
I love this shadow shot girl !
Take care
Joy : )

Norma Ruttan said...

gorgeous, lush forest! good eye on finding the shadow. your header is stunning!

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Super cool looking woods-like it has magic! Thank you for your kind words of condolences. I really appreciate it.

Catherine said...

What a gorgeous shadowy dell in the woods

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

What a peaceful place this must be!

Shadows and Carpe Diem

Christine said...

Thanks to all of you for your kind comments. You keep me doing what I do!

Christine said...

Hi Joy - I believe this clematis is 'Appledoorn'; the tag is long gone and my memory is not far behind! :-)

Ralph said...

We think of places like the 'forest', 'woods' and/or 'jungle' to be almost foreboding places where darkness reigns. Yet, deep in any thicket can be brilliant and full of light, such as here. A brilliant day is quite possible in any thicket. A lovely view!