A traveler back home. But where is home? Home is wherever you are ... or in the distance.
My favorite kind of shadow! I remember looking at clothesline shadows when I was a child, and trying to identify each piece of clothing from its shadow, just for fun.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Shady garments for shady people? :-)WONDERFUL NONSENSEA shadow’s a wonderful thing;O listen! Can you hear it sing?It tells of a timeBefore there was crime—Trust that and you’ll trust anything!© 2010 Magical Mystical TeacherTree Healer
Poetry in day-to-day things! Well spotted, you made me smile.
This is a wonderful post, brings back memories of childhood for me. Love the first shot especially.
great photo. Love the shadows
Your clothes shadows are so crisp it's as if the earth beneath them were indented with them! Good one, Carola!
WONDERFUL idea for shadows!! So common, yet so unique at the same time.Mission Bells in ShadowHave a great week.
A great shadow, so full of action. I agree about B&W photography - you have to be aware of the shot without colour, and see the shapes and tones.
awesome I love spring it makes the clothes so fresh come see what I shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com
This is fun! I like that you used B&W, too. Something peaceful about clothes flapping on the line.
hahaha :) Excellent!//Halina
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