sunday shadows

Hipstamatic app: Chunky lens, Blanko film, no flash


This 
is the same 
building 
I showed you  
on my other blog
 here
I cant 
remember 
if 
it was 
early on a 
Sunday morning
 or 
late on a 
Sunday afternoon 

all I know is
 I looked up
 thinking
 I like the way the sun is throwing shadows on that facade
 I like the color of the light 

Toonman 
laughs
 at the concept
 that light 
has color 
clearly
 this light is reddish
dont you agree?
I thought so.


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18 comments:

  1. I agree with you! The light does throw a reddish cast on the building! very nice
    Have a nice relaxing Sunday!

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  2. I do agree the light does have a reddish cast.

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  3. cool photo...my friend was just saying the other day how she still favors film! I did love it as well but for blogging, when I take 400 photos in one day in NYC, I am glad I do not have to develop all of them!! Enjoy your day!!

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  4. light does have color
    and the light here is wonderful
    those buildings are beautiful and the sweet tree seems happy

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  5. You looked up just a the right time to capture this awesome shadow shot.

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  6. Isn't hipstamatic magic magic!
    This is a super photo in its own right.

    oxoxo

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  7. I love this even with the razzle dazzle! :)
    V

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  8. It's a good thing you look up Daryl, I really must do it more often myself. this image sure does have red tones to it, very cool hipstamatic shot.

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  9. Daryl, I agree! Early and late light definitely has wonderful colour!

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  10. Beautifully captured. Thank you for your beautiful contribution to Shadow Shot Sunday 2.

    Finding Beauty in a shadow. Have a blessed Sunday.

    Rose

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  11. Beautiful composition and light.

    Regards and best wishes

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  12. Reddish, yes - it almost appears to glow! Great perspective.

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  13. That's an elegant building facade, and the shadows are mysterious and alluring.

    Cactus Shadows

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  14. *Nodding head* Yes yes!


    Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

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  15. The magical colour of the light and the shadows create a romantic mystery round this beautiful facade!

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  16. Of course it does. Light (at those magical times of day) can super saturate colour. But it's probably more or less the atmosphere which provides the colour and needs the light to make us pay notice. Or something. ;)

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  17. oh i completely agree. why else would they refer to certain times of day as the golden hour? love that shot.

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