Do you suffer from this Chinese curse? I know I do.
Wow...what a awesome shadow photographer, that is really outstanding! Where, may I ask, did you take this?
Um, this is sort of amazing. All my pictures have that red, devil eye thing going on. And yes, I would have managed to get a devil eye in this shadow photo somehow.Um, how far ahead timeewise are you in Utah County? It's still Tuesday up here in Davis County. :)
Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, USAFantastic place to go hiking!(Ok, so I screwed up in posting it before changing the date.)(Hrumph.)(Just think of it as a sneak preview...)
YMCA! HAHAHA! I love it!
Now~that is very cool!!!
So cool! My kid LOVES his shadow, it's a great way to kill time in the afternoons when I have him watch his shadow. What? I read to him too.
Very clever. I'm betting if you had taken a photo of the actual 'models' at that moment it would have been hilarious too! There are some poses being struck there!
That's an amazing picture!
Amazing picture. Thanks for stopping by. Loved your RTT's too. People in Kansas have no clue what a Cosco is. Unfortunate :(
What a cool picture! I'll have to try that sometime. I hear a trip to Torrey is in my future...
OOOoooh - that's an awesome photo!
I am trying to work out where the hikers are standing...just under the brow of the hill/ridge/mountain?What a great picture.
We are on top of a rounded dome rock, with the sun starting to set behind us, which is throwing the shadow down to the rocks on the other side.My only complaint is that it was very hard to focus the shot on the shadows. I wish I had taken more than one!It was by far one of our favorite pictures of the trip.
This picture is VERY awesome!
This is amazing! Looks like Red Rocks, or somewhere in Moab, UT. I have no idea where you are so if that's right, I want a prize.
Hey, now you should have them spell out J-E-L-L-O with their bodies! And I took your advice on the front loaders...would have posted a pic of them today but it seemed too much like appliance porn...
Whoa. Incredible photograph!
Beautiful!!! This is one of our favorite vacation spots. My son and dog are entertained for hours.
You'll be pleased to know (or, horrified, depending upon how much you like the song) that I've taken something you said to heart. Remember that little bit of song I posted a couple of weeks back, for which I asked suggestions and whatnot? You said it sounded like tooling down the highway or something similar? I re-titled it and gave it sound effects that mesh with your suggestion. Tomorrow, I'll give you credit for such over at my place. Today, it's part one of what will tomorrow be part two, and... This is mighty confusing, huh? Read my stuff today, go where it directs you, then come back tomorrow for your credit (or undying shame, as the case may be.)By the way, I posted all of this over at another blog earlier, me thinking she was you. You're both wonderful folks, but you have to take the blame. Sorry!
Cool photo! (Oh, and thanks for nominating me for Blogtations.)Jennifer/Keep Passing the Open Windows.
As threatened, you are mentioned today over at my place.
"That" is really cool! Thanks for sharing. Swing by my site, The IE Mommy, to view my shot and if you already have....Thanks :)
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