Evening shadows Written by Felipe Zapata Sharing improves your attitude.SharePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... 17 thoughts on “Evening shadows” Nice. LikeLike Thanks, Mike. I was walking through the living room last night, and the combination of the music (Rod Stewart) and the light struck me. My wife was off at the gym pumping iron. The video quality is poor because I used my dinky camera that’s primarily for still shots. LikeLike I was waiting for the body sprawled on the drawing room floor. LikeLike Señor Cotton: You are a sick, sick, man, but amusing. LikeLike I hear Rod Stewart. LikeLike Carole: Ole Rod is getting a bit long in the tooth for rock and roll, something the geriatric Stones have yet to accept. Rod has taken to recording the classics, the chestnuts. And he’s good at it. LikeLike Steady hands for an old codger. Light and shadows are one of the most important parts of composition. Well done. LikeLike Kris: Who you calling an old codger, you young whippersnapper? I’m steady as a rock. I attribute this to marrying a beautiful babe not much older than my daughter. It keeps one young and optimistic. LikeLike I love that lamp! LikeLike Mark: I bought that lamp (without the shade) in a small store downtown here even before I met you, I believe. My first year here. The bulbous thing you see below the shade is a gourd. I forget where I bought the shade, which are darned difficult to find here. It’s made from some sort of fiber. I don’t know exactly. I have another just like it that’s a table lamp. It’s also in the living room. LikeLike Very nice! The video and the music. I love that lamp too! 🙂 LikeLike Thanks, Cat. The music is simply Rod Stewart on a CD, which happened to be playing when the idea came to me to make the brief video. The entire thing is rather primitive, but I think it adds to the moment. LikeLike P.S.: That lamp, which does not put out lots of light, is always the only lamp we light in the living room at night. There are two ceiling lamps, but we almost never turn them on because they light up the living room like a football stadium. Ruins the atmosphere. I’m a fan of atmosphere. LikeLike It seems you DO live in a wonderful world. LikeLiked by 1 person Connie: I like to think of it that way. Having a macabre streak, I can’t help often wondering how much longer it will last. LikeLike I have a feeling it will last a long, long time. LikeLike Connie: No way to know, but I sure don’t want to outlast my wife. That would be a mess. LikeLike Comments are closed.