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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Leave the Shadow Behind

Time flies over us, but leaves it shadow behind.
Nathaniel Hawthorne
A Photo a Day # 63
-My challenge to update this blog daily-

16 Smart Readers SAID::

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful shot and quote!
Have a great weekend.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Lovely composition.

Regards and best wishes

Paula Scott said...

It's a small world? That's what this makes me think of-that wonderful and charming ride at Disneyland. Fond memories of taking my little sister there and listening to her sing the song all the way through the ride. She was i years old at the time of that trip. Now, she is about to be 48.
A happy shot for sure! Thanks for the joy!

Kelly said...

That must be in the India section of It's a Small World. :) Fun shot!

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shot.

Leovi said...

That funny picture, nice shade. Saludos.

The Paw Relations said...

Great picture.

Herding Cats

Spadoman said...

Good job Rose. This is a fun picture to spend some time on.


CanadianGardenJoy said...

This is so colourful and cute Rose !
The tiny shadows hiding here and there .. that quote is perfect by the way .. I'll be thinking of it all day now : )

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

This is my absolutly favorite ride at it ~ and it's so full of shadows!

NatureFootstep said...

your title made me think of Peter Pan. But the photo was something else. :)

Riet said...

Beautiful shadow shot. Love it

Linnea said...

What interesting imaginary creations! Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy the week.


Wonderful, fun filled shadows today Rose!

nuts said...

i love the quote that's perfect for the entry.. nice shot sis!..

Adin B said...

That looks really fun! Love the shot! Visiting late mommy via SSS.

Adin B

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