Saturday, March 30, 2013

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As I was walking back to work from a meeting I caught a glimpse of this amazing shadow. It's amazing how shadows can be so large compared to the actual object or person. Have a happy Saturday.

23 comments:

MARTY said...

stunning shadow like a painting on the wall !
happy Easter Randy

Kiran palwasha said...

A great picture of shadow on the wall, though looking some how horrible.

Nice click!
Thanks for the share.
Have a nice weekend.

edgeindustrialphotography said...

love how it looks so huge and
imposing and scary

Michelle said...

Funny how the simplest of things can make the best photographs.

VP said...

Dark shadows and bright patches of colors always work fine for me!

mark said...

I like this one, Randy.

Adele said...

Oh, that's a good one!!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's the mystery of the shadow Randy! You caught a super one here. Enjoy your Easter break.

Judy said...

This is so amazing. A fleeting work of art created by nature.

TexWisGirl said...

GREAT shadow!

Lowell said...

That's almost eerie! Well, heck, it is eerie. It would make a wonderful cover for one of Steven King's books!

Thérèse said...

Such a strong shadow, I presume it matches the Santa Fe's sun.

Sharon said...

If it was night time, that shadow would be a little scary.

RedPat said...

Wonderful, Randy! it's funny how I now notice interesting shadows whereas previous to having a blog I would probably have just walked by.

cieldequimper said...

Oh absolutely magnificent!

Peter said...

Spooky shadow.

Leslie D. said...

Woah that's almost more real looking thatn the actual tree!

Kate said...

Light, dark, and shadows are alway interesting patterns.

parker said...

Good capture. Amazing shadow!

JM said...

Well spotted. Fantastic shadow!

LONDONLULU said...

I love that they seem to shape-shift based on the context, wonderful. Hope it was a Happy Easter!

Gunn said...

Fantastic!

Location-location :)

Ron said...

Love the shadow!