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candlestick shadows...
semblance of those of crosses
apt for a chapel

sharing with SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY 2
hosted by the gracious Gemma

hosted by the resplendent Rebecca

Hoosier Quote:
“The blossom cannot tell what becomes of its odor, 
and no man can tell what becomes of his influence and example, 
that roll away from him, 
and go beyond his ken on their perilous mission.”
~Henry Ward Beecher~


Mascha said…
Have a blessed sunday
Jeannie Marie said…
Yes they are a perfect fit for their location. Nice!
Gillena Cox said…
have a nice weekend Noonie, thank for stopping by my blog today

much love...
carol l mckenna said…
Lovely creations ~

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol
Ralph said…
How wonderful! The cross of salvation looks soft and inviting in shadow. A wonderful venue to worship, part - and enjoy in such a spiritual way!
Gemma Wiseman said…
The candlesticks are beautifully displayed with the flowers. Delightful gentle shadows.
Those are amazing shadows! I can see how one candlestick might have a shadow resembling a cross, but two at the same time? Amazing!

Cactus Shadow
NatureFootstep said…
there must be light from two directions :)
What an amazing catch. You have a great eye.
judie said…
Those are beautiful, creative shadow shots. Very observant of you. Thanks for sharing.
payal agarwal said…
What a capture!! Wonderful!
Norma Ruttan said…
thank you, Sallie
rebecca said…
thank you for your gorgeous light-something you bring with you where ever you go.

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