Sunday, June 7, 2009

Sunday Stills: Silhouettes

This is a photo of the historic school ruins taken from my prairie at sunset.

This one was taken of my husband at a rock shelter pointing out Indian pictographs on the Devil's River.

This Middle Eastern teapot was found in an old barn, and has been the subject of many of my paintings. I like how it looks against the lace curtain.

For more sihlouette photos, visit Sunday Stills.

11 comments:

Ed said...

Very nice, I love pictographs..:-)

Paula said...

All good shots and I'd love to see those pictographs. How cool!
I think my favorite, though, is the teapot. Very nice shot.

Just read through several of your posts and really enjoyed my visit!

gigi said...

Thanks for stopping by my place today.
I also love the teapot against the lace curtains. Just peaceful looking.
Smiles

Kelly said...

Love the teapot!

VioletSky said...

Yup, that teapot is great.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Very nice! I'd like to see more pictures of the school.

Far Side of Fifty said...

How about some tea! Love the teapot against the lace curtains! Well done:)

Quinn said...

The teapot is so old fashioned and homey feeling - I love it.

CTG Ponies said...

Very nice!

Carroll Baker said...

love the tea pot and cave photo.
Cool!

Regular Guy said...

Very nice pictures, like the trees and sky.

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