Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
Framing within framing 🙂
Now, that you mention it I can see several instance of framing within the main frame. Cool 😀
A warm image Paula for the theme.
I knew you would like it, since it is Italy. I hope that your weekend is going well Sue 🙂
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All is well here Paula. Getting ready for our trip to Mexico next Friday. Goodby snow hello sunshine. 🙂
That sounds like a perfect trip. You guys are lucky for being able to take so many days of holiday per year 🙂
We are very fortunate in Canada and particularly late in careers when holiday times have built up over the decades. My part time jobs are flexible so I am extra lucky in that regard.
That’s cool Sue. Plenty to be happy about. We get very few days here, and since it is not easy to get sick leave, I often use my annual leave days (holiday days) to cure my colds or flu or similar. I will be looking forward to your posts from Mexico. 🙂
As I read this Paula it reminds me to be even more grateful than usual for the gift of our sick leave and holiday time here in this country. It does vary company to company but overall we are very fortunate.
That’s a deep quote, Paula, but I love your atmospheric shadows. 🙂 Have a great weekend!
Thank you very much, Jo. I do need a peaceful one. Have a good night!
I guess you recognized the city right away 🙂 Ciao Anna 🙂
Certo, che brava 🙂
Great image for the theme, Paula. The light and shadow really compliment one another.
Thanks a bunch, Sylvia 🙂
Beautiful light and leading lines through the shadows Paula! Light and shadow, can’t have one without the other!
We can’t have one without the other 🙂 Have a good weekend, Patti!
Paula, there’s so much going on in this photo besides just the shadows.
Yes, I would have preferred to have something exclusive for this challenge with shadow being the main focus. Thank you so much Janet 🙂
I meant that in a good way.
Honey, I know you did – it is me that is being critical as usual 🙂 Thank you really 🙂
Bonne année Paula. Une merveilleuse photo de Bologne.
(I knew it was Bologna even before checking the legend. We were there just a couple of months before you and I loved it)
Very good lighting.
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Lovely photo and music, Paula! 🙂
🙂 Thank you Linda. Glad to hear you are enjoying it 🙂
So, it resonates with you too. Cool!
love the framing (read the above comment) and also the lights in this one – 🙂
Super happy to hear it. Have a good weekend, Yvette!
you too Paula – and I tried to get a dusk shot earlier in the week but it was an epic fail – ha! but funny how challenges work because even though I did not get a shot – I had fun passing to enjoy the sky… 🙂 ❤
Did you get enough sunshine?
none! well I swept the walkway last weekend but it has been frigid and gray skies this week – arctic air came down – but next week will have some warmer temps so I will have my yard chairs set up! but I did take vitamin D and cod liver oil! 🙂
Wow – great light and colours … and framing.
I like the Italian architecture.
I do too and music as well.
Love this photo Paula. It is perfect for the challenge.
🙂 Cheers Colline.
Through the shadows they disappeared into the light… Feels like a lovely atmosphere there, Paula, and I like the details that can be noticed, especially, the design of the lantern. 🙂
PS: Enjoyed the music….still am…
Hello Ese 🙂 It is Fabrizio Paterlini with “There’s light we might see”. I like sharing things with you. Have a good weekend!
great picture love these colors.
This photo is beautifully moody, and does converging lines well too.
I suspect I’ve said before that this year will be the year of the night shot – northern hemisphere in winter will give many hours to practise! You are an inspiration.
hence proved, shadows can be enchanting !! 😀
Such a nice place for a walk… Nice shadow…
I like the ay the lantern is central above the figures that are only suggestions.
Love the shadows of the night…Makes a really interesting imaging.
Very warm and pleasing colors.
Right on ! 😎
See, you can do candid shots and keep your camera steady. 🙂 Nicely done, Paula. As mentioned above, the frame within a frame effect works well here.
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