Saturday, February 16, 2013

Shadow Shot Sunday 179 - Nice


Here on the Riviera you can go to the beach any time of year - this is mid-morning before opening for the lunch-time rush in January - when the tables are all set up and inviting, and the shadows are long and waiting - all is poised..........



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14 comments:

manyslices said...

Such an inviting series of photos.
Its easy to see why the Riviera is so popular. Love the slanty shadows against the blue water.
Cheers,
Leah

Ralph said...

The outdoor cafe looks inviting as it has to be warmer than here - the shadows are the Apéritif to our meals on the Mediterranean. The sun and sea breeze add to our gastronomic pleasure. Outdoor dining at its finest!

robin. said...

what a great looking space to enjoy lunch...great shots!!

acreativeharbor.com said...

Wonderful warm shadows for SSS2 ~ ^_^

Sylvia K said...

What inviting shadows shots for the day, Catherine!! I'd love to have lunch there!!! Hope your weekend is going well!

Laura said...

wonderful shadows... I love the geometry of these images:-)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You must have gotten out there really early, because I see no diners anywhere!

Shadowy Bell

namaki said...

really nice shadow shots ! I love the patterns you have enhanced, especially the table sets ... !
I love this region !

Beverley Baird said...

What a lovely spot for a bite to eat! The ocean and sand to look at. Very nice shadows!

Yoshi said...

It's a paradise in terms of weather and catching the shadow photos. Can't believe its January!
Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful night.

louciao said...

The calm before the storm, Riviera style. Nice! (that's with a long "i")

Catherine said...

Thanks for all your lovely comments this week - much appreciated

Gina ~ Peace, Love, and Homeschool said...

Great shots! At first I thought the 2nd shot had a perfectly spaced bunch of rectangle shadows on the round table. I love how they really add to the shadows.

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