Saturday, November 29, 2008

Shadow Sundays

I took these two shots several years ago on my trip to Atlanta with Alyssa. We had a great time and did quite a bit of sightseeing together, but also went out separate ways to see the things that were of interest to one of us, but not to the other.

One such solitary outing for me was the High Museum of Art. I loved the open and clean architecture, the use of glass and white beams. The sun light and the blue color of the sky were able to peak into the building easily and made perfect shadows for Shadow Sundays!


10 comments:

Gina said...

Stunning shadow shots..what beautiful architecture! So much light and little glimpses of blue sky in the windows..very nicely captured :D

bobbie said...

These are just fantastic! I would so love to be there to see it. Thank you for sharing this.

Sweet Repose said...

Beautifully crisp and architectural, the geometric shapes emit a calm sense of the surrounding structure, just inviting you into the calm, to feel the light and the warmth.

Good eye!

sharon

Jan said...

These are outstanding photos. I love the strong lines.

Dianne said...

beautiful building!!

I'd love to visit Atlanta and this museum would be my list of places to see

Kelly said...

These are fabulous shots! Wow, what a gorgeous building and the way you captured the shadows is amazing!!

Paula Scott said...

I love the abstraction of the first shot and the patterns of the second shot; both are fantastic!

The Summer Kitchen Interiors said...

How facinating! Love the curve of the shadows on the straight, crisp lines of the building!

Twinkle Star Art said...

Oh I love these architectural shadows! Very striking :)

roadgurl5 said...

I love these...really cool photos!