Sunday, January 31, 2010

Here is a photo I took a few evenings ago of a railway crossing which is located on the western outskirts of Regina. (Shadow Shot Sunday)

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37 comments:

Good_ole_USA said...

Wow you have an act for making the simpliest things look beautiful.

Crash said...

Awesome shot Guy, is that drifting snow at the bottom of the crossing post?

Birgitta said...

Excellent shadow shot! Like the color tones.

frayedattheedge said...

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Not only do I love today's shadow shot, but I scrolled down through some more of your photos .... they are fabulous - another place to put on my list of places to see!! Regards, Anne

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Jo said...

Excellent photography, Guy, as always. Do the trains run in this weather? Have a good day. Jo

Hey Harriet said...

That's a very cool photo!

Greyscale Territory said...

Pretty soft winter shadows in a hushed snowy landscape! Beautiful!

cat said...

That sky i just fantastic with it's amazing colors. Great shot!

Rajesh said...

wonderful shot, nice shadows.

Rosebud Collection said...

What a nice picture..the colors are beautiful..
Happy SSS.

Leif Hagen said...

Wonderful colors - you made a boring railway light into a piece of art!

Manang Kim said...

That's a lovely shot! I see snow all over blogosphere ^_^ Happy Sunday!


Frozen delight

Christine said...

Wow, this shot is great, love how romantic it all looks, the purple tone is just beautiful:) Thanks for stopping in and commenting!

Happy SSS!
Christine :D

Steve Borichevsky said...

I love this shot!

Quilt Works said...

You always have the best sunsets!!!!

I agree that a sign of good photographer is making the simplest things look beautiful. You consistantly do that :-)

Downtown Child said...

A work of Metal Art -- Love that snow and sky!

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

Great photo. I always enjoy your pics.

mountain.mama said...

I love the colors reflected in the snow and the shape of the crossing sign against the sky--cool shot, Buy!

Really Rainey said...

Great shot of a cold morning, just waiting for a train to come thundering through to break the silence and snow fall. I love it.
~Really Rainey~

Hilda said...

And I thought it was a piece of sculpture! Fantastic photo, Guy!

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic shot as always, Guy! Love the shadows and the colors! Terrific!
Hope you have a great week!

Sylvia

Christine said...

Great shot, good composition. Looks very cold. Thanks for visiting!

Angel.Pearls said...

This railwaycrossing is a beautiful place..Love//Eva

Gena @ Thinking Aloud said...

Hello Guy - trust you are well!?
I love this shadow shot image ... the lgihting is almost surreal!!!!
Nice one!
thanks for stopping by!
Gena @ thinking aloud

Eden said...

Stunning!You are a great photographer, Guy! I love all your photos.

Have a good week!

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

Beautiful cold and lonesome shot!

Dimple said...

Lovely colors.
Thanks for the kind comment!

Stine in Ontario said...

Awesome light!

Serendipity said...

That's beautiful. I love the pinks!

Patti said...

The pastel colors in this photo are beautiful.
You really made the ordinary look extraordinary with this shadow shot, Guy.

Thanks so much for visiting me today!

Ralph said...

The rail crossing awaits the signal to close and protect all drivers. The prairie snow and faint sun adds an icy blue hue to the white below. But it all is beautiful!

Vicki ~ FL said...

Excellent shadow shot Guy.

Have a great week ahead.

Sweet Repose said...

Simply stunning in a winter sorta way...makes my nose cold just looking at it...it's purdy darn cold here in Iowa too.

Kcalpesh said...

Great colors! This is soooo beautiful!

Pixellicious Photos

Janie said...

Well framed and lovely color in the sky.

Gallery Juana said...

Beautiful colors. You really know how to dress up a RR crossing

angie said...

that is beautiful!!

love the lines in the crossing post.

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