BlogFest 2012 Day 12 - Shadows

Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:37 PM in ,
Leigh's prompt is simple but yet puzzling, shadows. Since it is a rather grey damp day (where is my golden October gone?) I remember the nice walks on the beach in Estonia during the summer evenings, below a picture which simply bring back the shadows of old memories.



Dort würde ich auch gerne lang laufen...

Herbstlichen Gruß und Sonnenschein


Love this photo Claudia, especially where the sun is shining on the water in the background. I love how you have made use of the word 'shadows' in this post - very clever! Shadows of old memories. I like that!

@Cloudy - es ist meinstens einsam aber sehr schoen
@Diane - thank you, nice memories ...

I wish I had more memories of the beach

Dearest Claudia,
Oh yes, beautiful picture of the sun shining on the sea and beautiful sky. "Shadows", all right(^_^)v
Lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Yes, our memories can sometimes be shadows...hopefully happy ones!


Very hopefully happy memories/shadows. Nicely done. Wonderful photo. Thank you for sharing.

Lovely take on the prompt. I love remembering and being haunted by the shadows of memories!


@Adam - true!
@Miyako - Estonian beaches are really nice!
@Susan - happy shadows, yes, better!
@Humor after 50 - thank you!
@Kathy - haunted memories ... that does not sound so positive!

Perfect take on the prompt!

I love the picture :)

@Journey of Life - thank you
@Jenn - me too, nice memories

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