Since I’m off to a Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners meeting in Charlottesville this morning, I thought I’d share my post from Monochromia.
My beloved boots needed repairing, and this time the job needed to be done right. Fortunately, a third generation cobbler opened a little shop not far from my home. I’ll share a photo of the shoes and boots on the shelves another time. This time, it’s all about the shadows.
Oh my goodness, Laurie. This one’s gorgeous. I especially like the paint dripping and the shaped seat. And the shadows, but that goes without saying. Hope your meeting and trip to Charlottesville went well.
So glad you saw the paint dripping. That was a favorite part of this image for me, Crystal!
great use of shadows 🙂
Thank you, Joshi. I hope you are well
Laurie, I love the shadow play. So much depth! Drive (ride?) safe!
Aren’t those shadows wonderful? And it was drive … the mild ice storm did not prohibit driving but it sure would have made riding the bike a cold experience for sure!
For testing purposes, I am battling the Helper monkeys at WP, I need a little response to this reply, even a smiley will do. I want to see if it generates a new notice or pins to this line of conversation. Thank you!
Let me know what happens!
It came up as a separate notice. They must have fixed it since I complained about it two days ago. Now they are telling me it is a non issue.
Oh well, on to the next windmill! ( (Don Quixote) The battle? Hate all the new changes and no choice for the PC user to interface)
I really dislike the new Notifications system
That’s a strong shadow! It’s taking over the chair it must have been a bright day……
It was! and it was the first one in a while and I think that’s why the shadows particularly caught my eye, Pauline.
God bless a good cobbler and his shop. There is so much going on in this photo, so much to love. Shape and shadow and the texture of paint drips and wood grain. I can’t wait to see those boots, Laurie.
You, my friend, are a wonder.
And suddenly it’s back??? 😯
Sorry, Laurie, just erase this new thread. Your disappearing comment came back into my reader and then I made the reply above… Your comment combusted again, and the reply has been posted as an entirely new comment. ARGH. 😦
The monochrome and the shadows work together wonderfully to create a wonderful picture.
I love it! I hope you’re enjoying the conference and will look forward to that photo when you’re back.