Sunday, November 21, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday..

Thanks to Tracy over at Hey Harriet for hosting us, you can visit her over at Shadow Shot Sunday:

I have missed a whole week with no blogging, and sadly missed out on SSS last week.  Catching up on wedding plans with daughter no.2 and the realisation that there are only 4 weeks until Daughter no 1 arrives from the USA with my grandchildren has meant an awful lot of de-cluttering going on around here. I can't believe how much we have kept over Winter. Still havn't finished, but the "grandies" now have a room filled with toys and books, and we are ready for them to arrive. Very exciting..

My Shadow Shots this week were taken inside one of my favourite buildings to photograph, I was very lucky that the Vicar was around and she kindly unlocked the front door and let me spend some time inside. Hope you enjoy these, the stained glass windows were taken from the original church that was built in 1896, and transported by bullock cart to the new location in the mid-1900's. The church is the St. Andrews Anglican Church in Pukekohe.



Beautiful! Churches and their stained glass windows are some of my favorite things to photograph!
Happy Sunday!


Lovely atmospheric photos Angela. How exciting that your daughter is about to arrive!

Ashley Sisk

I think these may be my favorite shadow shots - beautiful.


The two shots that loaded for me are lovely! (The net is busy here, it's Sat. evening and too cold and dark for being outside!)
Thanks for the comment!


Just beautiful.


Wow, such beautiful photos! I love the stained glass. And I love the flower shot in the post above...what a striking photo!

Also, thank you for your amazing comment on my shadow shot, it is VERY appreciated! : )


Hey Harriet

These are lovely! It sounds like some busy and exciting times ahead for you! You must be looking forward to it all! Enjoy the rest of your weekend :)


I don't belong to this church but it is one of my favourite churches. I love these photos.
Exciting for you to be planning a wedding as well as having daughter and grandchildren arriving to stay. Enjoy all.


Wow, these are beautiful!!!


I absolutely love church architecture and these are beautiful photos!

Thanks for stopping by to see my pinwheel.

Lisa's RetroStyle

How beautiful!

Kay L. Davies

Fabulous shadow shots. Beautiful church.
Nice to hear from you on my blog, Angela. Missed you last week. I hope you and Phil are both well, and I know you're looking forward to seeing your daughter and grandchildren.
All the best,
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel


Really cool ShadowShots! The lighthouse w/shadows on your ScavengerHunt post is terrific too. Have a great week.

The Summer Kitchen Girls

Pretty shots Angela! So excited for you to see your daughter & little ones - sounds like a fine time (don't bother picking up too'll be doing more of that when they leave - ha ha ha!!)

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