For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors on Friday.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: lost.
All the snow and early morning blue and white! The sun is lost! The sky is lost! My shadow has abandoned me!
Oh, there is the sun and my shadow is back.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: sanctuary.
We are in a very big winter storm in the Pacific Northwest. Some years we get no snow, but right now we have 6 inches and still snowing. I have heat and light and power and tea. And food. So home is the sanctuary right now.
Is the snow threatening?
And yes, I took these this morning, at about 4:30 am.
For Mundane Monday #181, my theme is shadow. Halloween is approaching, yesterday was gloriously sunny in the afternoon here, but the shadows are darkest when the sun is brightest. Contrast. I took this from a downtown restaurant balcony, out over the water.
What shadows and contrasts have you photographed? Send your link or a message, and they will be posted next week.
From last week, Mundane Monday #180: fall coral.
KL Allendorfer with real coral.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: ring.
We hiked the Tunnel Creek trail yesterday, about 4 miles up and back. Much of it was in shadow at the start, with sun up in the tops of the trees. We reached areas with sun and then it followed us back down the valley. Not all the way, the end was in the dark trees and wet.
We were mushrooming. We saw many more mushrooms than ones that we knew were ok, but it was so beautiful and healing. I love to hike.
Taken from a canoe in 2012.
For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors. Norm is currently gone for two weeks, but I am posting anyhow… a creature of habit. I took this downtown two days ago. All the windows are tall enough to be doors.
For this week Mundane Monday #169, a photograph with an interesting shadow. Or, a shadow of an idea or a shadow of an image…
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!
Add a message with your link and I will list all the sites next Monday.
From last week’s Mundane Monday #168: bee heaven, no other entries.
Have a delightful and not too shadowed week.