Saturday, January 5, 2013

Shadow Shot Sunday - Sequential Stowing





Shadow Shot Sunday 2 returns and since it is winter in our four-season climate, it is cold outside again. Time to turn the clock back to the summer of 2010, and a revised remake of an SSS post from back then - with more knowledge of editing photos in this blogging format...the subject today is the wheelchair ramp on my Grand Caravan from closing up in sequence, from ramp out to fully folded and the door closing. The photos were taken in a parking lot/car park surrounded by shady and shadowy trees...contrasted on the left to a snowy night recently, I feel warmer already! Happy SSS2...

9 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Ah, looking at your sunny captures does make me feel warmer this morning!! No snow here in Seattle, but after an unusually warm and sunny fall the gray and wet has returned!! Hope your new year is off to a good start and have a great weekend!

Patti said...

I like how you laid out the photos, Ralphie. I really don't think I could figure that out.

I don't have to wish you a Happy New Year because you are sitting about six feet away from me!

:D

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love how the ramp is attached to your people mover from the side rather than the back of the transport! The side entry appears to give far more ease of access. Interesting how the ramp folds up in a zig zag bend, casting great shadow patterns!

Catherine said...

and it creates a wonderful striking shadow pattern - functional and aesthetic..

colleen said...

Like a van lift flashcard!

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Dear Ralph & Patti (since she is 6 feet away from you ? LOL)
Happy New Year !
I also like the way you laid out the photos for this post, well done you!
yes .. many many shadows are present .. all you have to do is LOOK !haha
It is more natural to have our Great White North be actually white .. even though temps are higher this week and snow is melting .. we know it is NOT going away for some time yet!
Joy : )

Lorri said...

Beautiful captures of shadows and reflections. I love your sequencing.

Vane M. said...

Gostei muito da sequência, mas a imagem noturna está espetacular. Um abraço!

Chubskulit Rose said...

It's nice that you have that kind of access, it makes it easier for you to move around.

I am catching up with the Shadow Shot entries before the next round comes.