shadow shot sunday [lunch break]

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C: Wide lens Superheadz. F: Fujifilm Fujicolor Superia 200

This weekend's shadow shots were actually from a few weeks ago, but I only recently got them developed. Taken at the new workplace, during my lunch break. It was a really nice day to be out in the sun, and I got to meet the neighbours (a.k.a. the duckies! see them?).

Plenty more shadow shots over at Hey Harriet. 
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18 little notes:

sara said...

i love seeing ducks!

Sylvia K said...

And what a marvelous lunch it must have been! Delightful shadow shots! So much lovely sunshine and of course, I love the ducks!! Hope you have a great week, Anna!

Sylvia

chubskulit said...

Very nice shadows!

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John said...

Even shes can make beautiful shadows!

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Poo said...

pretty shadow :)

Emily, Resplendent Tranquility said...

Aw, the ducks! I'm glad they made a little blog appearance :)

ilene @ muchloveilly said...

always in love with your shadow posts - they are so inspiring!!

Brooke said...

these are amazing!

Hey Harriet said...

Love the duckies! You're lucky Anna to work close to a nice park. I love spending my work lunch breaks in a park if I possibly can. And your park looks lovely! I hope you've enjoyed your weekend so far :)

Sum said...

I love days like those.

ana b. said...

It takes me ages to get around to developing film too. It's a nice little surprise once you do get around to it though. And that, my dear, is DEFINITELY a shadow :)

soph (owl vs. dove) said...

oooh duck watching would be the perfect way to spend a lunch time. Wonderful shots, as always!

curious constellation said...

Such cute little duckies!

daisychain said...

that looks like such a lovely place to spend a lunch break x

Rachelous said...

Haha cute ducks! I have geese in my most recent shots :p x

colorsdiary said...

i d love to have such place for lunchtime... it seems so peacefull and calm

Ms. Chyme said...

Cute :)

Gabbi said...

What a great place to work Anna! Are they always there or is it a seasonal thing?