May 29, 2011
Shadow Shot Sunday is fun and very addicting. Many fine folks from all over the world publish their photos with shadows and we all share here on Sundays, all thanks to Tracy. See more Shadow Shots and find out to participate at the Hey Harriet Blog.
|This old worn tree trunk made a rail on an old fence along the shore|
This knot, the trunk, or butt end, of a small pine tree, just made up one of the rails. It was a cloudy day the day I snapped the photo, but the shadows till were bold. In the photos below, you can see the rail and the beautiful lake beyond. I was on the Red Cliff Indian Reservation and the islands in the distance are part of the Apostle Island National Scenic Lakeshore.
I love the waves on the big lake. Close together, different from the ocean, but still that sound as water meets the land.
And a last shot of the butt end.
You can read more about this trip, and I urge you to do so, in the post below this one entitled Another Spiritual Journey.
May Peace find you today and everyday