Psychedelic Shadow Shot Sunday



Technically, I think these are shadows; I hope you all agree?! We went to the Children's Museum in Omaha last Sunday and this room is my favorite part. There's music playing with your shadow on the wall in front of you. The lights and movement of the shadows change with the rhythm of the music.


I really want access to this room without having to share it! But we did take our kids--- and then there are other kids at the museum of course---so I have to be nice and share.




It really feels like the beginning of a 1960s James Bond Movie.


I can't believe how good my camera did in the dark room. In the one just above, I stood in the middle with my son and you can see the light from the camera's sensor in the shadow.


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20 comments

  1. Wow...what a cool exhibit! I bet the kids had a ball...and it sounds like you did too:D Great shots!

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  2. Hello Jill! We have a children's museum that has one of these...know exactly what you're talking about! Fun pictures!
    Enjoyed all of your "repurposed" posts too!

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  3. Wow - what fun!

    I love your blog - I'll be back for sure.

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  4. Psychedelic shadows? Oh, sooooo cool.

    Paz

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  5. These are truly amazing. I would love to spend a long time in that room.

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  6. Oh I want to go to that museum to make cool psychedelic shadows! What a fun thing to do! I'd be like you and not want to share the space. At least you played nicely. Not sure I would ;)

    Awesome shots! They all turned out so great.

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  7. This makes me want to put on janis Joplin and turn on the blacklight...ahhh the good ol' days.

    Love the junk below, what fun treasures. You just gave me an idea with old springs. I have an old chair in the burnpile with the old springs in it...be afraid...I think a baby head nightlight on a spring, might just work...I'll have ta work on that one...put that eyebrow back down, stranger things have happened...HA!

    sharon

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  8. Sounds fun, I think I'll be grooving to it if I was there :D

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  9. I want one of these in my room! I could understand how hard it would be to share:)

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  10. wow they really are amazing!! I love interactive exhibitions!, this one looks fantastic and yep I agree definitely noteworthy shadows!

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  11. Totally rad, man!

    What a great exhibit.

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  12. Jill, more beautiful than regular shadows! :)

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  13. These are Awesome! You've got to blow some up and frame them!

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  14. Beautiful exhibit and shadows! I would say your camera did an excellent job! :)

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  15. Wonderful take on the theme. Very creative. ;-)

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  16. i love, love, love these photos. i want to go there and take photos! absolutely love it. and the one with you and your sun. it would be perfect framed for him!

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