Saturday, February 27, 2010

Blogging 'Round the Globe - Shadow Shot Sunday


  
 Museum of Fine Arts
Boston

  
Clark Art Institute
Williamstown, Massachusetts

Shadow Shot Sunday comes to your from Brisbane, Australia and features shadows in photography, 'round the globe

15 comments:

  1. I love the photos. Pity a lot of British gallerues do not permit photography.

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  2. Incredible shadow shots, Gina!! Absolutely breathtaking! Hope your weekend is going well! Thanks for the beauty!

    Sylvia

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  3. What wonderful photos! I really love the second shot. Hands always fascinate me.

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  4. Great shadows from two wonderful museums.
    From what I have been seeing on the weather channel, you certainly don't have the sunny biking weather in MA that we've been having in CA.

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  5. These look a lot better posted in large format. I'm glad I switched templates.

    Thanks for stopping by Bobbie, Jams, Martha and Sylvia!

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  6. The shadows add life to these sculpted beings. I am particularly drawn to the one in the middle, the hand pointing to something perhaps to grasp that thing. Wonderful art and well captured!

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  7. These are fantastic shadows - love the hand in the 2nd one!

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  8. These are really nest. So gracefully done.

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  9. Beautiful sculptures putting off wonderful shadows!
    Nice finds!

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  10. Outstanding shadows and sculptures, Sphinx! I want to got to the Boston Museum one of these days! :)

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  11. I love the serenity
    that wonderful museum feel

    the middle shot is my favorite
    strong shadow and the long finger is so poignant to me

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  12. Thanks everyone! I hope you all have a great week. Think spring!!

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  13. I'm always surprised when I see photos taken in a gallery. But hey! Just because I'm jealous doesn't mean these aren't great shots. Well done.

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  14. Stine: a lot museums I've been to allow photographing without flash. A few only allow it in certain rooms and a few don't allow it at all.

    Modern Art museums are the best to take photos in because they usually have great light.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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