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Nov 1, 2008

Shadow Shot Sunday

lamp by Gallery Juana


Last week I was craving spicy soup, so I headed over to a Thai restaurant. I had tom yun kun. I adore the taste and the finishing touch of cilantro. Cilantro usually refers to the fresh leaves of the Corriander plant. And corriander usually refers to the dry seed or powder. To me, Cilantro and Corriander spice taste totally different.

While I was waiting for my soup, I spotted this lamp hanging from the ceiling. I thought the shape and shades of light though the straw lamp shade were pretty. I took this is Sepia mode. For more shadow shot sundays, visit Hey Harriet's blog.

12 comments:

Lady RavenWolf said...

How was the food?

Hey Harriet said...

Nice spotting! That's lovely. I especially like that it is in sepia. And all that talk of yummy soup has made me hungry :)

Greyscale Territory said...

You are right! The swirl of tones is quite fascinating!

Gina said...

What a gorgeous lamp..can't beat Thai food!..and cilantro..superb flavour!
Happy Sunday ahead! :D

Lisa B. said...

Always the artist! Wonderful shot...so interesting to look at. It has a painted quality to my eye.

Sweet Repose said...

Did they wonder what you were doing photographing their lamp??? Cool shot!

Dianne said...

Sepia Shadows!! Wonderful!

I love the beautiful curves.

Jan said...

The sepia is a great touch.

Alissa Nicolau said...

Very cool shadow shot! Quick thinking!

The Summer Kitchen Interiors said...

This is so great! The textures and the lines are perfect - good thing you brought your camera!
That soup sounds fabulous...we LOVE Cilantro - yum!!

Ali said...

Wow! what a fantastic shot! It took me a little while to work out what it was!

Gallery Juana said...

thanks everyone for coming by.

The food satisfied my craving just fine.

People must have wondered what I was doing since I had to the camera on the table pointing at the ceiling.

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