Photographer keeps

Harping on about shadows

Clear shapes made with joy


I took Miss E stone carving with Sarah from the Sculpture Hut and with the chippings we had a bit of fun creating a picture for this week’s photo prompt: SHADOW

Go see Cathy’s graphic response.

I think this also qualifies for Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge.

Ronovan’s Haiku Prompts this week: HARP and CLEAR.

I absolutely LOVE the sound of the harp and remembering a wonderful Christmas in the candle-lit Hot Spring Baths at Esalen, when a man and woman dressed in white angel robes, complete with magnificently huge angel wings, played to us on harps as we lay in the hot steamy water – truly heavenly!


harps played by angels

fanning strings with feathered wings

dancing with my heart


Al the Author inspired a great bit of banter this week.

Next week’s Bluedaisy Photo Challenge: LISTEN

What would you photograph?

21 responses to “Shadows

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  2. Like them is awesome

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  4. Congratulations! I have selected this post to be featured on Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge.
    I sure hope you have a great week!

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  6. Ha, ha! That picture is hilarious! Loved it and the haiku. Have a good day!

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    • Brilliant! – so glad you enjoyed the humour in the picture – we had fun doing it – my grandchildren are very used to me asking them to do strange things for photos! Let’s see what Ron makes of it – I got told off last week with his “Tsk Tsk!”
      I’ve had a gorgeous day in the garden in the sun – have a good weekend!


  7. This is my kind of selfie…shadows. Wonderful odd ball for this week.

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  8. Fantastic fun picture, and a great couple of Haiku. Well done Daffy 🙂

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    • I saw something similar done in sand on FB and immediately wondered if I could use the idea for this challenge – and then seeing the stone chippings gave me the idea to have a go.


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