Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
Not sure about the paintbrush, but it looks quite.. well, quite scary. :> Thank you for maintaining the blog!___International call
I think with that shadow on the wall, there is no question. This would have been an inspiration for sure.
The object, light, and shadow make a very unusual photo..great job!
Georgia O'Keefe was my instant reaction upon seeing your photo. The shadow multiplies the drama of the shape of the skull.
Oh yes this would have inspired her to paint. You captured the details, shadows and eyes extremely well.
With the way the shadow is falling, I would say you took this picture right about noon. It's a beautifully balanced shot. Great job, Sharon!
Makes a great image Sharon, but as Jimmy says , bit scary with those beady little eye sockets!!
That was my first thought. I can see her now carrying it through the desert to her home in Abiquiu. I want that one!
very interesting photo. i like the horns detail and shadow.
Wonderful shot - super shadow! Makes me want to paint it and I don't paint!
nice. i want that on my bedroom wall.
That is a magnificent set of horns. And yes, this is reminiscent of Ms. O'Keefe!
The horns and skull are perfect. I have sometimes wondered what came first, Georgia O'Keeffe or the horns. Were they common in the Southwest, so she painted them, or she painted them, so they became popular in the Southwest?
Very inspirational. The Cactus Garden from yesterday is great, too!
The composition is perfect and the shadow is fantastic! Well done, Sharon!
Love this shot!!! My husband would love these hanging on a wall at our house!
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