This week’s photo challenge asks us to depict Shadow.
Not only did I get some great shots with the new camera, I got double pleasure with shadows and reflections at Coronado’s dog beach in San Diego last December.
Aero cavorts on dog beach accompanied by his shadow and reflection.
Legs also cast shadows and reflections.
But, wait, there’s MORE!
In my post, How to Get 100s of Free Photos for Your Blog, I got a wonderful response and several bloggers found great uses on their blogs for some of my donated images!
Sally Cronin from Smorgasbord – Variety is the Spice of Life used one in her post, Weekly Image and Haiku—From a Grateful World and wrote a lovely haiku with it.
Fellow blogger, Allison, at Allison D Reid, contacted me and asked to share her vast collection of gorgeous images of forests, streams and other natural settings. Like me, she has oodles of photos “collecting virtual dust” as she cleverly put it! You can also find the file of her images from South Chagrin Reservation in Bentleyville, Ohio.
Here is a wonderful example of one of Allison’s photos. It happens to fit the WPC shadow theme (but the credit is hers)!
Help us bring our unused photos out of the shadows!
Current folders include landscapes, flowers, animals, cityscapes and general office. Visit on a regular basis for new folders and photos added weekly.
New to the folder this week are the following:
- “Donated Images, with subfolder, “Donated by Allison.”
- Sports with subfolders: Climbing, Cycling, Group Games, and Water Sports
- The folder “Landscape” was also updated to include a subfolder “Water.”
Do NOT be shy about using these. It will be up to you to choose and edit them for use on your blog.
I know many of you take quality photos! If you are a blogger with unused digital images laying around “collecting virtual dust” and would like to donate them to the blogging community, please contact me and let’s see if we can add them. I use the Pro edition of Dropbox with plenty of room, (so no worries on space!) and it is very easy to share.
Bring these photos out of the shadows so we may all enjoy them!