Saturday, April 16, 2011

SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY



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SHADOW SHTICK!



THORN IN MY SIDE!


LOVE YOU ALL--BE BLESSED


JMc

20 comments:

  1. It just doesn't feel right making a Saturday comment on a Sunday.

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  2. that lizard friend makes sure he's not on the thorny side!

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  3. Is it Sunday already???

    Love the photos!

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  4. Some great shadows, John! I especially like the thorn in the side!

    I'll post mine tomorrow.

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  5. A beautiful collection of reflections and shadows! The lizard looks like a fascinating character!

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  6. mARK--i SET THAT TO POST AFTER MIDNIGHT! aS ALWAYS--THANKS FOR POINTING OUT MY SHORTCOMINGS! lol--

    oH ONE WHO USED TO BE A bRO AND A fRIEND! ;_)


    j

    See you got me so upset the CLA hit!



    sage-- He is smart dude--has an Associates in Thornology and Brambles!

    Hey Brother!

    John



    Joey--so sorry I haven't been by as much! Please forgive me!

    Thanks as always for you constant friendship! Thanks as always for your encouragement!

    John



    Kelly--Thanks-- I can't wait to see it--I also have to check out your Bass. Ohh that could have been a bad statement w/o spell check! ;-)!

    J

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  7. My cats would love to be there to see the geckos...and say, "Hello, lunch!"

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  8. Greyscale--Thanks so much for the nice comments, and for stopping by!


    J


    RK--When we had outside cats--like a PACK of em--we had NO outside critters--LOL!


    J

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  9. Kelly-- That one really struck me too! Thanks so much!!

    I couldn't help but think of the Apostle Paul. NOT that he was a Lizard. Or maybe....... :-)


    J

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  10. SOME SAY THAT SHADOWS

    Some say that shadows are fragments of light,
    Others that they are but pieces of night,
    Fleeing like demons when dawn becomes day,
    Fearing the radiance coming their way.
    Is one notion wrong and one notion right?
    Just what are shadows if they are not light?


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


    Dancing Shadow Tree

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  11. I also meant to leave this comment: I can't imagine slithering along a thorny branch without getting injured!

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  12. Magical--- and so is the Lizard!!! Hat poem was magnificent! Thanks as always for you visits and Inspiration!!!

    John

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  13. Terrific and I do love the lizard! Great shadow shots for the day! Enjoy your weekend!

    Sylvia

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  14. Too, too clever. Love your lizard and your caption--great!!!! Mickie :)

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  15. Beautiful shadows!

    My shadows, hope you can come and see. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  16. Your photos and titles are awesome! I love your sense of humour (or 'humor' may be the US spelling...)

    Have yourself a super weekend!

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  17. Ouch!! Dang, those are thorny b@st...s!!

    Great photography.

    My Sunday Link:
    Airplane Shadows

    Do stop by if you can, I'd love your company. Have a great day....

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  18. Sylvia-- Thanks so much! After the storms raged through it is gorgeous! Thanks!!!

    J



    Mikie-- Thanks so much for the visit and sweet comment! You are always welcome here as the crazy house!

    John


    chubskulit-You are too kind my dear! Thanks very much!!!!! I have been peeking in, and will guarantee a visit!

    John



    Hey, Harriet!! LO_ I am Southern Buuba--but have always loved the British spellings, colour-etc.....Thanks so much for your comments--That is a real confidence booster coming from you! Thanks for giving so much of yourself to promote Blogging and the Arts!


    Hugs,

    John


    Hootin' I've always been called a "Throny Ba...whoops--this is Sunday after all! I can guarantee a visit!

    John

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  19. Hard to tell the shadows from the real thing! Nice.

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  20. Joan-- Thanks for such an awesome comment!! Glad to have you visit!


    John

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Incredibly smart relies: