I take a lot of shadow shots but don't post them very often so I had a wide selection to choose from in my photo archives for this theme.
There is a weekly theme I've seen bloggers I visit participating in called shadow shots.
I've considered participating in Shadow Shots but at this point I'd need to start dropping weekly themes before I add any more.
I enjoy participating in weekly photographic themes but I do so many between my two blogs that it can be time consuming.
Photohunters is the first weekly theme I started doing. I didn't know about themes or memes or whatever they are called before I joined in with photohunters.
I enjoy playing with shadows although some work better than others.
I was trying to avoid the shadows in the shots I took at the NC museum of art until I realized that they were kind of interesting.
They were double shadows for some reason.
I saw the shadow from the trees on my back porch as I got out of the car and couldn't resist shooting them.
It is remarkable to me what light can do on surfaces.
I always notice the shadows when crossing bridges.
Sometimes the shadows become a little fussy but I like them anyway.
This is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of my shadow shots because I have a zillion of them.
The Shelley Lake bridge below is one I frequently shoot with shadows in mind.
I think the goose was kissing her shadow.
It certainly appeared to be a case of shadow infatuation.
I had already searched my archives for shadow shots and prepared this post to publish later when I spotted the shadow of the tree on the ice. I decided I'd add it since there was something about it I liked.
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