Photo for the Week – 59 – Shadows


Thank you for your submissions for last week’s challenge called – Fur-babies.  WOW, what a wonderful selection of fur-babies.    Thank you all.  This week the topic is called Shadows.

My entry for the challenge is an image I photographed of Whitstable Castle where you can see the shadows of the tree on the stonework of the castle.

Whitstable Castle
A monochrome photograph of Whitstable Castle in Kent.

I look forward to seeing your shadow entries.


Last Week’s Challenge Entries

Squirrel on the Hunt – Jez Braithwaite
Photo For The Week #58- Fur-Babies | Daphsam Photography & Art
Maggie – #Fur-Babies | Susan’s Place
Purry drool face – Photo for the Week – 58 – Fur-babies. | Pictures without film.
my fur baby | ‘lil bit of everything
Photo for the Week – 58 – Fur-Babies | nowathome
RyanPhotography-WeeklyPC-58-Fur-Babies – WoollyMuses
Fur bossies | XingfuMama
Photo for the week – 59 – Fur-Babies – I scrap 2


Wanna Join In On This Monday Challenge…

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23 responses to “Photo for the Week – 59 – Shadows”

    1. Great images showing shadows xx

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    Wow, magical 😊

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  2. […] G’day, my submission for Brashley Photography, Photo for the Week– 59 – Shadows […]

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  4. […] all 😁 This is an entry for Brashley’s Photo for the Week: Shadows, and LPM’s Photo Adventure: […]

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  5. Fantastic capture, Bren 👏 The cirrus clouds look like they are the tower blowing away 😃

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    1. Thank you… Sorry don’t know what happened but I found your comment in Spam, WordPress at its best again. Yes it does look like the towers are blowing away.

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  6. Adds a bit of mystique to the castle

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  7. Hi Bren. My first time here. Winter just won’t go away, so working on this theme brightened my day. https://odaciuk.wordpress.com/2020/03/11/shadows-from-the-past/

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    1. Thank you for joining us… So pleased you have joined in the challenge xx. great first entry xx

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  8. Wow!
    This casting shadow looks so wonderfully amazing 🙂

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  9. […] For Brashley Photography’s Photo For The Week – 59 – Shadows […]

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  10. More fine work, Bren: Hope yiur family is fairing well under these very difficult times?

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    1. Thank you xx. Yes we ok… Can’t wait to get back out with my camera though xx

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