Friday, 12 August 2011

Favorite Photo of the Week Contest - Week 12

* submission for Jennifer's Fabulous Friday, Hey Harriet's Shadow Shot Sunday, 
Rebecca's the simple thingscommunal global and Darcy's Sweet Shot Tuesday *

 my contribution to Misty's Photo Challenge. I love this photo!

35 comments:

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

Ha...that is too cool!

Nadege, said...

That is soooo cool.

Ana Eugenio said...

Hi Dina, welcome :) love your blog! your kids are adorable and your cats are so cute. love your photographic eye. good luck with the unpacking! xo

Ana Eugenio said...

Hi dear Nadege :) thank you. xo

Joyful said...

Thank you for your visit to my blog and your lovely comment. I leave later today or early morning.


This is a photo of a fun sculpture! So full of childhood memories and summer.

uptownposh said...

Love it!.. That's really awesome!

Mildred said...

Linda foto!
Faz pensar em "As Viagens de Gulliver"!
Hugs;o)

ps; Your French is very good!
By the way, I'm Portuguese and I've lived in Portugal (Nazaré) until the age of 13!

Mildred said...

Oh! O meu verdadeiro nome é Cremilde;o)

Ana Eugenio said...

thank you @Joyful and @Ira :) I'm planning on editing this photo, since I love it so much. it's on my to do list. let's see where imagination will take me ;) thank you for being here. xoxo

Ana Eugenio said...

:) bem-vinda, Cremilde. Lilliput é o nome que eu dei a esta foto!! good minds think alike ;)

Kia said...

Oh, so peculiar and interesting :) Does this sculpture has a name? Have a happy weekend ahead, Ana.

Ana Eugenio said...

Hi dear Kia :) no, there is no info near the sculpture. it's in Serralves Park (http://www.serralves.pt/) one of the finests in Porto. happy weekend you too (I feel it's Saturday already, so I'm wishing happy weekend to everyone! lol :) only now I realized it's still Friday!

Anonymous said...

Love this pic, everything works out together, the colour of the floor with the green and blue... the contrast of sizes between the little girl and the giant “shovel”...perfect!
kiss sis

Ana Eugenio said...

xoxo :)

Ewa said...

so cool, is it real???

onangelwings said...

Ha! Now THAT is interesting.
http://reesspace.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-is-my-favorite-of-week.html

Ana Eugenio said...

Hi dear @Ewa :) yes, it's real.

welcome @Maria :) your daughter is so sweet!

NYC Single Mom said...

Love it and thanks for stopping by

Rachel said...

This cracks me up! Is this a playground? A piece of art?

Ana Eugenio said...

Hi @Linda :) it's always a pleasure.

@Rachel, welcome :) it's a piece of art. it's amazing, isn't it?

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very good and nice photo.

Regards!

Ana Eugenio said...

Hi dear :) thank you! nice to have you back :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The child looks absolutely enthralled!


IF SHADOWS

If shadows could jump,
How high would they go?
As high as the moon?
Does anyone know?

If shadows could weep,
How long would they cry?
As long as it takes
To climb to the sky?

If shadows could laugh
And tell funny jokes
Would you take them home
And say, “Get this, folks!”?

If shadows could wed,
Would they prefer you
Or somebody else
To promise, “I do”?


© 2011 Magical Mystical Teacher


Shadows and Sunflowers

Ana Eugenio said...

love this poem :) thank you for sharing!

chubskulit said...

That's gorgeous! Visiting here for shadow shot.

You can find my entry here, have a great week ahead!

Ana Eugenio said...

welcome Rose and congrats on your anniversaire :)

cococita said...

Phantastic photo. I love the astonishment :), the contrasts and the red in the photo. Love it! It's artistic, cool and cute at the same time ... x PS: missed you and your blog

Ana Eugenio said...

missed you too :) have to go at your 'estudio'. YAY!

Tamar SB said...

That is awesome! Love it!

Ana Eugenio said...

@Tamar, 351 kisses! that is a wave of Love dear ;)

The Shades of Pink said...

Very cool!

La Principessa Errante said...

What a fun sculpture.

Ana Eugenio said...

@The Shades of Pink, love your 'waterfight at sundown' you should definitely go manual more often.

@La Principessa, I feel I can travel though San Francisco with your photos. what a lovely discovery :)

welcome both, dearests. xo

Keetha Broyles said...

I really "dig" that sculpture!

Ana Eugenio said...

lol! welcome Keetha :)