Wednesday, October 27, 2010

chasing shadows



The sun was so strong in Charleston that sometimes I dispaired of getting any good exposures. So, I finally just gave in to the shadows.

More vines for Courtney. And more greys for Linda.

10 comments:

Style Court said...

Love it! The light didn't impede you at all. These are so inspired.

smilla4blogs said...

Stunning results! A beautiful trio of images and a good lesson in working with what's available!

John R said...

Great shadow shots. Glad you enjoyed Charleston. Did you make it to Drayton Hall, one of my favorite houses? If you haven't been to Beaufort, SC yet - it's great too.
Wishing you both much happiness --

Inkslinger said...

Gorgeous! Love these photos!

david john said...

these are very strong images. fantastic. a certain blackness that is perfect!@

BWS said...

Great architectural shot.

Jamie Herzlinger said...

great choice on the shadows! much more compelling
thanks for the images
jamie herzlinger

little augury said...

I think that is can be t he brightest place in the kingdom. it always seems hot too. I have to say many shadows-real and haunting inhabit Charles town. Such beautiful images of that idea

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD said...

I got in trouble in school for always wanting to write "grey," rather than the American spelling. But it looks so right with an "e."

VICTORIA said...

Great shadow shots!Images are Gorgeous!