Shadow Shot Sunday: Los Viejos


In silken shadows
los viejos take their rest,
gazing out to sea.

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: The zocalo, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
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An apology: I probably won’t be able to visit your blog this week, because the wireless network where I’m staying is exceedingly slow. Thanks for your understanding!

Posted on July 17, 2010, in Mexico, my digital photos, my haiku, Puerto Vallarta, Shadow Shot Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. just enough shade for the weary travelers…
    let’s hope your back up and running with us dogs soon. lots of shadows to see out there…have a great week!!

  2. Lovely shadow shot. Keep having fun in Mexico.


  3. This is a lovely shadow shot!

  4. Such delicate shadows yet still giving enough respite from the burning sun.

    Our internet is perennially super slow, a real drag.

  5. Ah, reminds me of the year I lived in Mexico! Terrific shadow shot for the day!! Love it! Have a great weekend!


  6. So true, the softness of light and shadow leaves an almost surreal look at this couple. An Impressionist would use oils for the same effect, your digital style is as nice…

  7. well captured!
    have a great time in Mexico 🙂

  8. Beautiful picture and shadow..Looks so nice and peaceful..
    Happy SSS.

  9. What a lovely capture..the shadows are so soft.

  10. Oh, I think my feet on a hot day know exactly how los vieajos feel!

  11. Soy uno viejo.


  12. You have captured such a beautiful, peaceful moment! Delightful photo!

  13. memories
    floating around
    bringing joy.

  14. Loving the gentle lacy quality of the shadows…a perfect setting for this dreamer enjoying the view.

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