Sunday, May 30, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday


Mandeville, Louisiana
Fontainebleau State Park


Had a friend in town last week, visiting New Orleans for the first time.  He wanted to dive head-first into Louisiana, dig a little deeper than Nouvelle Orléans and the Vieux Carré.  So the boy and I decided to take him for a long, lovely, lazy day on the North Shore.


          


      


        



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10 comments:

Jonny Hamachi said...

xoJ

Jonny Hamachi said...

Sweet Shots

Hey Harriet said...

Some cool shadows there! I bet your friend enjoyed his visit to the North Shore! I know I would!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend :)

BLOGitse said...

I'd like to visit there too!
Cool shots!

Happy SSS greetings from Casablanca!

BLOGitsePHOTOS

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Along the boardwalk,
we saw herons and ‘gators—
we, the invaders.

Gasoline Ghosts

Rajesh said...

Very cool shots.

Ralph said...

The wire shadows are cool, they appear as a geometric web that draws the visitor into the spider's trap. Actually the waters of Pontchartrain and the attendant briny breezes looks to be a treat under a blue sky. Neat!

ellseapad said...

I love the way the shadows fill the wooden bridge ... makes it look like a net has been thrown over it.

ellseapad said...

I love the way the shadows fill the wooden bridge ... makes it look like a net has been thrown over it.

Patti said...

Wow these are wonderful shadows ~ love the design they weave along the boardwalk ~ I'm visiting late, I know. Been a busy week at work.

Thanks for stopping by for last week's shadow shot fun.