Saturday, March 14, 2009

child's play...


I don't think I have posted this shot I took of me and my sheltie Peyton. She's so cute, even in shadow form. The days have been gorgeous here in LA...there's a bite in the air...Yay, sweater weather... the skies have been blue. I took a break this afternoon, to stretch my legs and wander through my garden to see what's getting ready to bloom and what needs to get done, and I found myself mystified by the way the sun interpreted the scarf I was wearing...engaging it in some sun shadows...





There's an interview that was just posted on this cool site called Creativity Portal...It's a cool site and there's lots to look at...if you read the interview you will see, I am not always playing like a child in the sun...
only as often as I can...

8 comments:

Tiglizzyclone said...

I like the shadows! Peyton and you especially!! It is still too cold for a garden here. But I think soon it will be warmer.

margo said...

It's warm here in the panhandle of Florida too. I love the azaleas bursting out all over the place. And wisteria. It's like a wonderland.

Aw, Peyton's shadow. So cute.

That's a great interview in Creativity Portal. Love that pic Odyssey.

Dawne said...

You're right, Peyton is very cute, even in shadow form! I love the photographs of your scarf, and the different ways you altered them. Very nice!

Dante said...

did you see the photo I took of my moms hand with wills on her blog???

dante

Garden Painter Art said...

I adore the whole "shadow" idea. A simple black shape can tell so much, yet keep just enough secret.

Also, I must admit, I am just a wee bit green with envy over the photo of your garden. I am here in Corona California, not too far from L.A. But, there's a rather large difference in the humidity factor. It's so very dry here. Although I manage to keep a "cottagy" garden, it is a daily task!!

Kim
Garden Painter Art

scb said...

I'm glad the sun decided to play with your scarf's shadow! (And I'll join in with everyone else in admiring Peyton. Shelties are such beautiful dogs.)

Gardening. Sigh. Thanks for the glimpse into a garden -- there's still a lot of snow around here (Canadian prairies) and I'm ready for spring! Thanks for giving me a little taste of spring's delights!

Amy Nargundkar said...

Hi Angela

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I have subscribed to Pasticcio Quartz and look forward to finding out more about your art and writing.

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Amy

Lori Saul said...

Beautiful variations on the scarf photos. You're work is inspiring! Enjoyed your article in "Digital Studio" on Spliced Sketches. I am a beginner in photography and (Photoshop) but am enjoying experimenting with all of the possibilities.