"It's not the camera that takes a great photograph, it is the photographer"
Yet again, your talents are exploding and your imaginations run wild with a fantastic bunch of photographs for the October "shadows & silhouettes" challenge. I enjoyed each and everyone of them. Please visit the sites below to see each others interpretations:
Ingrid from Boricua in Texas - A fantastic silhouette on a red wall
Phoenix ryzing from Geeks R'Us - The Afternoon Nap - a great silhouette of his cat, Kal
Jessica from Wayfaring Wanderer - A truly amazing selection of photographs of the moon over a lake
Kimberley from Kimberly Kreations - A great interpretation of shadows from stones, to a cactus, to her true self
Toni from Daily Vignette - The most amazing evening sky.
Muse from Xanadu - A fabulous silhouette of two lovely ladies and a great shot of a rose in sunlight.
Elizabeth - A wonderful evening costal shot.
Michelle Dawn from Rusin Roundup - A brilliant Halloween shadow to send shivers down your spine.... spooky!!!!!
Liss from A Memory Forever - A truly warm and wonderful shot of dreams emerging from the shadow.
Thank you all for your wonderful interpretations. You have all really made me smile.
Okay, so now it is my turn to reveal my interpretation for the challenge. Well this time I have decided to post two images.
The first is a shot of Brian May from Queen, taken during the concert I went to last month. The lighting in the arena was amazing and I was fortunate to catch this shot when the lights all turned blue.
The second photograph was just a fun shot that I took whilst on holiday. I was stood on a bank and turned around to find a rather amusing shadow staring back at me. I don't think Indiana Jones has anything to worry about just yet.... hehehe!
Thank you all again for participating in this highly entertaining challenge. If you have undertaken the challenge, but I have missed your interpretation off the list, then please let me know and I will add it immediately.
I'll be posting a new challenge for November in the next couple of days.