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Saturday, August 15, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday Monochrome Mosaic Mania

Earlier today
I shared shadow mosaics
in color
on my

Happily Retired
Blog ... and here in monochrome
I share a few more

versions ... just because
I enjoy the process of
experimenting ;--)

Black & White - Scenic Landscape

B&W - Scenic Landscape with Poster Edges

Black & White - Infared

B & W - Infared
with Poster Edges

Glowing Edges
(just because I think it's 'kewl')

Click to embiggen for better viewing
and for others participating in Shadow Shots at Hey Harriet
and Monochrome Mania too ;--)

Thought for Today
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." Ralph Waldo Emerson


Sylvia K said...

Marvelous collages as always! Have a great day!


Gemma Wiseman said...

Love the monochrome effects, but the glowing edges certainly add a magical dimension to your mosaic!

A Wild Thing said...

I love them all...you are having way to much fun!!!

James said...

I enjoy your creative spirit. Great job!

Ellie said...

Glowing edges - they are cool! I like how the cat is so dark - looks like a shadow herself :)Your long shadow reminds me of those acrobats that walk on giant wood sticks covered with baggy pants - always fascinating!

Carver said...

Great monochrome mosaic! Happy Sunday.

Allie said...

Impressive photos - I love B&W, and experimenting is so much fun, isn't it?

Anonymous said...

A pity you did not just post the long shadow in mono - it would have more impact.

Shannon said...

loving every version! isn't photo-editing so much fun!???

annalarssonphotography said...

Great collage!
Have a nice sunday

RuneE said...

I'm a bit conservative in these matters, so I'll go for the first one.

PS I should very much liked to see the two chairs in the middle on their own.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Those glowing edges are pretty funky!

Barbara said...

I like all your experiments, the glowing edges are different.

George said...

I like all of your 'experiments', but I think you may be having entirely too much fun creating these beautiful collages.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

You motivated me to take one of those SHADOW shots!!! Fabulous! Love the way you always put your photos together. There is an art to it and you've mastered it!

Daryl said...

A lot of interesting photos

SandyCarlson said...

These are fun and interesting.

Allie said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog! Nice to "meet" you too!

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

Nice selection of mono shots. :-)

Melusine said...

Very nice black and white images and great work on the collage!