January 3, 2016

A January Shadow


On a sunny winter afternoon, we get to see some long shadows.

I'm showing a second version, cropped drastically. Notice something unusual?



P.S. I want to thank Black and White Weekend for spotlighting my picture of a spider web.

12 comments:

  1. I love the way this kind of light makes legs look so long! Your cropped photo makes it look like a biblical figure walking on water :)

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  2. Intriguing photo Linda. I like this shadow shot. Thank you for visiting when I was away on vacation. I am back now and slowly catching up.

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  3. It seems the shadows are different this time of year, maybe it is the tress not having leaves.

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    1. Actually I stood behind my husband so you are seeing extra arms. One of mine is bent and holding the camera.

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  5. For some reason I'm thinking ninja with swords.

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  6. Cool shadow shot. I like Dragonstar's interpretation above.

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  7. no one can jump over his shadow! P.

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  8. Shade and shadows can add so much to a photograph.

    All the best Jan

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  9. I think I have Star Wars on the brain with the new release. Immediately I thought of a saber wielding Star Wars figure. An interesting one.

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