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Last day of 2016: Playful Shadow


mischievous shadow 
lattice seems triangular 
quite pleasurable

Happy 7th day of Christmas!
HAPPY soon-to-be NEW YEAR!

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Comments

Happy New Year, Nonnie! Thanks for these exquisite--and playful--shadows!
Yogi♪♪♪ said…
And a Happy New Year to you!! I love your header photo.
Norma Ruttan said…
thanks MMT!

Yogi, thank you. I love seeing my younger brother in this photo. He was a sweet boy and a sweet and kind man.
bettyl-NZ said…
What a fun capture! May the new year bring you joy and peace!
Gemma Wiseman said…
Interesting slice of latticed shadows on the snow. Happiest New Year to you.

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