Saturday, August 23, 2014

Shadow Shot Sunday - Summer Soul



Wednesday was another of in Ansonia's the Summer Concert series. As the music began at 7:00 PM on this beautiful evening, a favorite lighting effect from the late day sun falls upon the scene. And leaves a perfect set Shadow Shot Sunday 2.

The pics on the top have an orange-yellow hue on the sound check, performance and setup. The band is The Bernadettes, a New Haven based Soul/R&B/Oldies band that offers a fabulous performance an eclectic mix of soul and shadows. Patti captured the photos and the concrete dance floor was soon filled. A great way to end the day...I had a bit of space left on an old Flip camera and was able to capture the band singing Mr. Big Stuff, Jean Knight's 1971 hit. I was in tenth grade all those decades ago - I'll let the reader guess my age with this info - I'd probably never admit it otherwise :)

6 comments:

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Cool concert! Great music. Great light. Fun crowd. What's there not to like?

Judy larkin -Nicolari said...

Very nice Ralph. Very descriptive too.

Jim said...

great post

Gemma Wiseman said...

There is an extra special enchantment in hearing music outdoors. And in such beautiful lighting...the stuff of magic.

robin. said...

evening shadows are some of the best. plus you had the added benefit of entertainment...making for a great night all around.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Were the shadows dancing in time with the music? I'll bet at least some of them were!