Thursday, July 08, 2010

Shadows at the Beach


In photography there are no shadows that cannot be illuminated.
~August Sander~
 
 
Hi my friends,
 
This is a picture of David and me yesterday at the beach. 
It was a hot day yesterday and we've decided not to go to the beach before 7 p.m. and it was a good decision. The light at the beach was very nice and the shadows were getting long and longer, as you can see 
it in our fun self portrait above.:))

I wish you all a fabulous day - Thanks for all the comments!
Susanne



12 comments:

Marcie said...

Fantastic!! Amazing clarity in these shadows!!!

Susanne49 said...

Glad you like it, Marcie. Thank you for stopping by and commenting on this.:)

nothingprofound said...

Another superb photo! I have this picture in my mind of the two of you flying high in the air, with your shadows reflected on the ground. Great quote,too.

Susanne49 said...

It's always very interesting to read how people interpret my photography - and I like your interpretation, Marty. Flying high (in the air of course) was always the dream of humans, right?...*smile*... and in you opinion: we did it!!! Yeah! :))

Thanks for the comment, Marty!

alady'slife said...

friendly giants. Very nice shot

Susanne49 said...

Yes, I know, we both look like giants, I had the same thought. But we are not giants at all...*smile*.... Thank you for the kind comment, Lady :)

The Retired One said...

I sure LOVE this one!

Susanne49 said...

Thank you, Joan :))

Trotter said...

Hi Sue! So, now I see why you have been so absent... enjoying the beach... ;))
Have a great weekend!

Susanne49 said...

Yep, Manuel.... living only 5 walking minutes away from the beach, this will happen probably more often also in the future...LOL...

Thanks for visiting, my friend ;)

Lik Kuan Shim said...

Another creative idea using shadow at the beach.

It must be hard to take that shot because we want to get a full shadow on the sandy beach right?

Great!

http://superdogshim.blogspot.com

Susanne49 said...

It was already after 7 p.m. and that's the time when the shadows are getting longer, a good time for pictures like this :)

Thanks for visiting and the comment, Lik. Nice to see you back.

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