Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed

20-wpc-shadowyThere is something shadowy even about the seemingly brightest things. And vice versa, there might be a surprising pop of brightness in the shadows, like this colourful waste container placed at the site of a seasonal town fair. In response to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed.

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Mara Eastern

I'm a sardonic blogger, snapper, scribbler and rhymer; a virtual space invader who indulges in cheerful negativism, morbid self-deprecation and bleak humour.

38 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed”

    1. Hello and thank you for stopping by! I’m glad that I managed to intrigue you but then satisfy your curiosity too! Have a nice day, and hope to see you around in the blogosphere sometime again.

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    1. Thank you, Judy! Great that I managed to challenge 😉 It is true that I was myself surprised to see the colourfully painted waste containers, so you’re surely not the only one who puzzled at first what on earth that means! Have a nice weekend, and hope to see you around again!

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    1. Thank you so much, Amy! It’s a compliment from a better photographer, actually 😉 And I’m very glad that my new profile pic is a success, I so much needed a change for something cleaner and simpler…

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      1. Better photoghapher? Your profile pic reminded me that i need to hurry up and change mine. I’m still using a webcam photo I took almost a year ago for my Google + page. I uploaded that one here because it was easy. I also need to write my about page. It gets a fair amount of traffic, and it’s unfinished. *sigh*

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        1. What, a webcam photo?! It looks like a carefully selected pic and you look v nice in it! I don’t really think it needs to be changed unless you want to. But yes, the About page does tend to get some traffic and it’s well worth looking into! Good luck with that, I must check it later to see the changes… 😉

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    1. Thank you, Tina, for stopping by! Yes, shadows can be very enticing, and I was lucky to get this shot quite as I wanted to. It was a well chosen challenge on the part of WordPress editors too. 🙂

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