the path of a wild thing...
As the saying goes about one person's treasure...the shape and quality of each item is what matters. Sanding and paint can be applied again, the well-made items of another day will live on...
so love all your antique pieces...wonderful backgrounds for shadows they make...still no snow here...for this, we are greatly thankful this thanksgiving weekend!!!see ya soon for coffee.
The chipped enamel dishpans take me back...oh, I'm not going to tell you how far! Suffice it to say that I have memories...lots of them!SHADOWY DELIGHTShadows above me, shadows below,Shadows beside me, wherever I go;Shadows each morning, shadows at night—Shadows, O shadows, you’re my delight!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadows here and shadows there
I love all these old things - what a pity we don't live near each other .... but on the other hand, for the sake of my bank balance, it's probably better that we don't!
I love every single thing in all their weathered charm and antique beauty
Beautiful shadowy worlds! The first photo especially seems riddled with the mystery of old secrets! Fascinating items!
Lovely shadow shots, late aftrnoon sun? Love your mantra, suits you perfectly.
All beautifully weathered and shadowed items!
I like thinking about the people who used these items, especially the family that used the well-worn kitchen cupboard.Interesting antique pieces you've shown us!
What a treat to see all of your old pieces...and all of the shadows. This is such a clever and appealing post to those of us who are attracted to the things that others do not want. I love all of your shots. A great post this week. genieWhere is my shadow,I can't find her anywhere, I'm lonely without her.If the lighting's rightand I am out in the yardI bet she’ll be there.That will make me smile,My loneliness will then endI'll be with my friend.
love the shadows today. shadows are not to be found here today. in fact it is now raining. BUT it isn't snow...yet. so we are one day LESS of winter.the kitchen cupboard is rather nasty... but i love the bottom relic. knowing I would LEAVE it like that and just clean it, i know you are painting it black or white and giving it new life.tilda
Loverly! I really like the one on the plaster walls.
Sharon girl you cracked me up this morning : ) Thank YOU !No it isn't Spring yet !!!!I love you "well loved" objects with your very creative shadow shots .. there is such atmosphere with them .. especially the wash basin .. that really grabbed my attention for some reason .. the rough texture of the wood behind it.Maybe in another life , that was mine ? LOL .. we have no snow at the moment and I actually did some last minute garden clean up .. husband worked harder than I did .. good lad ! I pushed some leaves around but secretly dreamed of new projects in the garden for next SPRING : ) LOLHope all the chickens and that handsome rooster are well !Joy
Happy SSS to you dear shadow sleuther. Vintage shadows are very nice! The curtain shadow on the plaster wall had me seeing lots of diffent things. Lets the imagination run wild!!
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