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  • #324811

    Tersha
    Keymaster
  • #324815

    Horatio Hadley
    Participant

    Thank you, Tersha, for these terrific articles.  What a way to start the weekend by reading some very informative and enlightening material.  Now to practice what I have learnt.

     

    • #324874

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Horatio, I'm glad that you found them informative and interesting. 🙂

  • #324816

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    Shadow Fly.

    • #324834

      LeanneC
      Participant

      I love transparent shadows.

      • #324879

        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Yes the wings make a great photon filter Leanne. Isn't that what HD filters do?

    • #324861

      Barbie Kaseman
      Participant

      I'm a total macro fan. Love, love, love! The composition of this photo is perfect.

      • #324880

        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Thank you so much Barbie. Very kind words and glad you like it.

    • #324973

      Horatio Hadley
      Participant

      Graham, this fly image is terrific.  I like the muted colours and softness of the leaves, contrasted with the black, sharpness of the fly with his silvery wings.  The shadow of the wings is a perfect combination of sharp and soft.  Very nice.  Thank you.

    • #325116

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Cool macro shot Graham!

    • #325190

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Very nice image Graham. I love the details in the shadows and the image looks best when viewed large 🙂

    • #325991

      Jeff Zias
      Participant

      Great fly shot! Graham, you reminded me of the family backyard Dragonfly who comes by to pose every summer, with his transparent orange wings.

      Dragonfly_wingshadow

      • #326286

        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Thanks Jeff. Nice dragonfly shot. Like the way he seems to be hanging on for dear life.

  • #324818

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    I only posted this in the Shark Tank today but seems fitting for this forum too.

    • #324832

      LeanneC
      Participant

      I like the symmetry (or, ‘not quite' symmetry) of this photo Graham. And it works well as a b&w.

      • This reply was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by  LeanneC.
      • #324881

        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Thanks Leanne. I'm still unsure about what the merits of this pic are though. I do like the contrast between the grey sky shade and the white wall. Wish the shadows were more defined though. I think this image would be much improved if there were a focus point like someone leaning out of one of the windows having a ciggie or something.

    • #324860

      Barbie Kaseman
      Participant

      Perfect shadows, Graham! Love the B&W.

      • #324882

        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Thanks Barbie. Yeah wish the shadows were sharper though.

    • #324941

      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      Nice!

       

    • #324974

      Horatio Hadley
      Participant

      The merits of this image are the lines, shadows that create more lines and the contrasts in light and dark.  Graham, this is a terrific image.  Thank you.

      • #325002

        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Thanks Horatio. You really are too kind.

    • #325191

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Love the drama in this image caused by the shadows / lines Graham. Was the blue sky visible through the ceiling? Looks like a very bright sunny day as the shadows are very strong.

      Lots of lines and I feel that the bottom half of the image can contribute to an abstract photograph 🙂

      • #325287

        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Thanks Dahlia. Yes we've had nothing but bright blue skies here in South Australia for weeks now. Heading for another weekend of 42 degrees celcius! Works out well for shadows mind you.

        Hmmm, interesting what you said about the bottom half. Might give it a go. Thanks.

    • #325688

      davidc
      Participant

      As Leann said it's the  ‘not quite' symmetry that makes me keep looking at it. Wondering how the light is coming through the windows. Super shot.

  • #324828

    Kent DuFault
    Participant

    At the end of his rope.

    • #324831

      LeanneC
      Participant

      I like this Kent. Like the pieces of a puzzle all put together. I saw the form first, which I thought was very interesting. Great eye!

    • #324885

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Every time I look at one of your images Kent, I learn something. I just drove around for an hour looking for something ‘shadowy' to photograph. Must've gone past several scenes of this ilk but didn't see the shot. Looking at this one, I'm thinking…”Why didn't I see that?”.

      I think what makes this shot for me primarily is the composition and thats the lesson I take from it. Got to stop looking at things in an X-Y plane and tilt the head more. The angle of the leading line in the paving takes us from the shadows to the colour beyond. The dog along the way is a pleasant surprise to the eyes. (Poor thing looks like its strangling itself)

      I find myself wondering whats lies beyond, further up the path. Love this image.

      • #325073

        Kent DuFault
        Participant

        Thanks Graham. I can tell from your words that you're going to go great places with your photography. When a person begins to see the world a little less “literally” your “art side” will shine bright. Cheers.

    • #324931

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Very interesting Kent. I haven't quite figured this one out yet.

      • #325074

        Kent DuFault
        Participant

        Thank you Bobbi. When I saw this it was the angles, variations in color, and the look on the poor dog's face that caused me to take the picture.

    • #324942

      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      Kent, I really like the different shades of shadows!

    • #324976

      Horatio Hadley
      Participant

      Kent, I like the way you combined a variety of shadows with the colour of the background.  Especially, I like the dog.  The light has perfectly lit the dog's face.  This is terrific.  Thank you.

    • #325192

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Aw, the look on the dog's face. Very nice Kent. The image gives an idea of the place and tells a story 🙂

    • #325944

      ElinL
      Participant

      Great image Kent !

  • #324835

    LeanneC
    Participant

    Snow and Shadow:

    Snow and Shadow

    A rare mobile shot…
    It's All Downhill From Here:

    It's All Downhill From Here

    And less blatant use of shadow (and light)…

    Summer Dreams

    • #324848

      Mistyisle
      Participant

      I really like the subtle shadows in the chairs with snow image, Leanne!

      • #325022

        LeanneC
        Participant

        Thank you Mistyisle.

    • #324886

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      The beauty of mobiles is that you've always got one with you and there's no setup involved. They're good enough nowadays to make great pics too. The first shot is ‘shadow' defined. Trying to work out if the second shot was taken ‘on the run' or if you had stopped. Like the third one best. Looks like two snowmen resting up in the shadowed sunlight.

      • #325023

        LeanneC
        Participant

        I am glad you saw the snowmen too Graham 🙂 Thanks

    • #324978

      Horatio Hadley
      Participant

      LeanneC, I most likely would have killed myself attempting to take a photograph of my shadow whilst riding a bicycle.  That is great.  The chairs are fantastic.  There is something about those chairs that I can not describe, that holds my attention.  In particular, I do like the way you have light on the chairs, with the shadows, both in front of and behind them.  Thank you.

      • #325024

        LeanneC
        Participant

        Thanks Horatio. Yes, I was riding, albeit slowly, while taking that pic. My daughter was in front of me watching for vehicles 🙂 I think I may need to get a helmet cam! I appreciate your kind comments on the chairs. I had taken a couple of photos of them earlier in the day and when the evening light hit them I knew that photo was a keeper.

    • #325193

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      I like the second image the most. Very nice Leanne 🙂

    • #325686

      davidc
      Participant

      Snow and shadows. You have very long legs lol. Very funny photo made me smile.

  • #324858

    Mistyisle
    Participant

    Digeridoo Player

    • #324887

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      I think this is a nicely balanced image Mistyisle. I see a diagonal line (didgeridoo) running from top left to bottom right with all the action in the top half and the shadows and ground in the bottom half.

      Adding to the composition, the people are all heading one way and the player and shadows are facing the other way. I guess including the player's shadow has dictated the cropping here but I think it makes the shot too.

    • #324932

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Nice interplay between the shadows Misty.

    • #325025

      LeanneC
      Participant

      Very nice use of light and shadow, Mistyisle. Great catch.

    • #325194

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      I like this image too Jim. Very nicely composed 🙂

  • #324859

    Barbie Kaseman
    Participant

    Here'e a photo of my dog, Jake taking in some rays. The shadows are of the gate in front of the house, and his big head!Taking in Some Rays

    • #324888

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Shadows aplenty. Jake's eye tells the story. Makes me want to tilt my head too and soak up some of those rays. Always love a dog pic.

    • #324933

      Bobbie
      Participant

      This is what contentment looks like.

    • #325026

      LeanneC
      Participant

      I can feel the warmth of the sun!

  • #324875

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    White Roses …..
    (not sure whether I've posted this before)

    white roses

    • #324889

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      If you have, I'm glad you posted it again Tersha. This shot is fantastic. I love the contrast of the flowers catching the light against the dark background and then the added element of the shadowed lines beneath. Wonderful.

    • #324922

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Beautiful Diane. Your eye for the use of light is amazing.

    • #324943

      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      Lovely!

    • #325014

      Gray B
      Participant

      Beautiful detail and composition.  I'll bet you had to move quickly before the sunlight changed.

    • #325027

      LeanneC
      Participant

      Gorgeous. And great use of shadows.

    • #325114

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Thanks for the comments Graham, Bobbie, Lenny, Gary and Leanne!
      And Gray, yes, It wasn't an idea you could think about for too long!

  • #324893

    ElinL
    Participant

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    • #324902

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Swaney, how I love ya! Very nice shot Elin. Not often one sees a shadow on the subject itself.

    • #325028

      LeanneC
      Participant

      Made me smile. Cute shot.

    • #325078

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      I loved how you framed this and gave it a sense of mystery.

    • #325772

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Very creative composition Elin

  • #324901

    Rob Eyers
    Participant

    IMG_2063-2.jpg

    • #324903

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Another great shot. I'm getting dizzy just looking at this pic. It invokes a feeling of vertigo with the composition. Love it Rob.

    • #324934

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Nice one Rob. Looks like a dance.

    • #325077

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Hi Rob. This REALLY appeals to my vision and sense of aesthetics. I really like it a lot.

    • #325196

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Love this image Rob. Makes me wonder how the left leg was placed to get this shot! Kind of mysterious 🙂

  • #324904

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    Just realised one I took this morning has shadows!

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by  Graham Hart.
  • #324926

    ElinL
    Participant

    Argument

    Shame on you !

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by  ElinL.
    • #324929

      Bobbie
      Participant

      I'd hate to get in the middle of that! Great capture Elin.

    • #325003

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Would have been tricky handling the exposure with all the white everywhere? Nice shot and like the compo too with the two spectators ring-side bottom left corner. Maybe a good title for this would be “Bills, bills and more bills”. LOL.

  • #324935

    Bobbie
    Participant

    Another view of our team

    • #325004

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      I like it Bobbie. The feet on the right kinda give the shadows meaning.

    • #325081

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Thanks Graham

    • #325199

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Very nice Bobbie 🙂

      • #325243

        Bobbie
        Participant

        Thanks Dahlia

  • #324944

    Lenny Wollitz
    Participant

    playing with gelled flashes

    Chair Shadows, Sombras de silla

    • #325005

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Very interesting Lenny. Quite abstract.

  • #324945

    Lenny Wollitz
    Participant

    Early AM.

    Shadows, Sombras

    • #324946

      Bobbie
      Participant

      The pattern of the shadows is intriguing Lenny.

    • #325006

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Great shot. Love this. Ticks a lot of boxes for me; leading lines, contrast, B&W, composition, patterns…

    • #325021

      Mistyisle
      Participant

      Fabulous, Lenny.  I could keep looking at this!

    • #325029

      LeanneC
      Participant

      I like that Lenny. Nice.

    • #325140

      Gray B
      Participant

      I’m dizzy 😵.

    • #325161

      karenhy
      Participant

      Love the pattern. Nice capture.

    • #325200

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      A very dramatic image Lenny. Strong patterns, textures and lines. I like how the steps and the shadows lead the viewer up to the door 🙂

    • #325441

      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      Thank you all!

    • #325684

      davidc
      Participant

      I think you could fall walking up those steps. As Gary said dizzy. Great lines all over it.

      • This reply was modified 6 months, 2 weeks ago by  davidc.
  • #324979

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    teasel

    sidelighting, teasel

    • #325007

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Fascinating image Tersha. Love the shading all through it.

      Q:What is a teasel and also are they fish hooks wrapped around the spikey thing?

      • #325115

        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Thanks Graham. Teasel is a plant, pretty tall and spikey. The flowers are good for bees and butterflies, and then when they dry out are good for flower arrangements, or spraying with gold or glitter for Christmas decorations. There's not any fishhooks, they are part of the plant.
        Here's a much less ‘arty' photo, so you ca see what I mean ….
        teasel

        • #325288

          Graham Hart
          Participant

          Thanks for the explanation Diane. Learn something new every day. What an interesting thing…looks like it needs handling with care!

    • #325079

      Bobbie
      Participant

      And once again you sent me to Google Diane. There's a definite danger that I might end up learning something about plants.

      Fascinating image.

      • #325263

        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Thanks Bobbie,learning about plants can only be a good thing! 🙂

    • #325201

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      I like the light in the image Diane. Soft feel yet a strong image 🙂

      • #325264

        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Thanks Dahlia!

    • #325683

      davidc
      Participant

      This looks almost alive and a bit sinister. Great shot

    • #325712

      Lenny Wollitz
      Participant

      WOW!  Diane, I'm sure learning to appreciate flowers and bugs looking at your stuff!

  • #324999

    Bells

    PC250038

    • #325010

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      That's shadows on a large scale David. Nice shot.

    • #325682

      davidc
      Participant

      Game of spot the shadows. Very good

  • #325012

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    Rope Swing.

    • #325020

      Mistyisle
      Participant

      Very different, Graham!  I like a lot, the contrasting colours and the strong interesting shadows.  Powerful.  Well seen indeed  🙂

      • #325058

        Graham Hart
        Participant

        Thanks Mistyisle. Walked the dog today while thinking ‘shadows, shadows' all the time. The good thing about this challenge is it forces you to open your eyes and see beyond the object. I took a snap of the swing months ago because the patterns in the rope intrigued me (see flickr) but I like this shot so much more.

  • #325013

    Gray B
    Participant

    Yesterday's Women's March.  Just like my marches in the late '60's and early 70's except less tear gas :).

    20180120-P1070789-Edit.jpg

    • #325059

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      I like this a lot Gray. I could go on about the shadows being a metaphor for the faceless victims of their oppressors etc but I won't. Suffice to say I find it quite appropriate to the message the women are no doubt delivering. Pity the sign's wording got cut off but I'm guessing all three words began with ‘B'.

      • #325069

        Gray B
        Participant

        Thanks Graham. I cropped part of the message on purpose to initially focus on the shadow and hope, like you, the viewer tries to fill in the blanks on the sign.

    • #325202

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      I like this image a lot Gray. Makes one wonder what the words on the sign say, but it is good that way 🙂

    • #325235

      Rob Eyers
      Participant

      Your choice of processing harkens back to those marches of the 60's Gray. Even the dress style is in keeping. Very nice processing and image.

    • #325679

      davidc
      Participant

      Reminds me of a film. Can't think which one. Like this a lot

  • #325041

    Mistyisle
    Participant

    Shadows from the design on a Wellington (Porirua) bus shelter.

  • #325060

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    Interesting pattern Mistyisle. I'm wondering why the shadows have two different shades?

    • #325214

      Mistyisle
      Participant

      Hi Graham, they certainly have two different shades. I presume that the artwork on each has different colouring.   Not sure, but the next time I am there, likely to be 2/3 months  away,  I will try to check out.

  • #325141

    Gray B
    Participant

    An old one, but for me a good one.  Memories of great grandma, an importer of oriental art in the early nineteen hundreds.

    Good Morning Shadows

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by  Gray B.
    • #325241

      Bobbie
      Participant

      I think I remember this one Gray and I still think it's beautiful and mysterious.

    • #325289

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      I like the way the statue appears to be holding her clothing closer to protect against a breeze which the shadows on the wall behind her intimate at. Lovely shading and subtle colouring. Very nice shot Gray.

  • #325234

    Dahlia Ambrose
    Keymaster

    A very old one!

    Shadows

    • #325246

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Love it!

    • #325290

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      I like the way all the birds are facing the camera attracted to something (you?). I can imagine a boss-pidgeon with authority standing on a box (behind the camera) addressing the gathered throng. Like a stop-work meeting.

      Also like the light ray piercing the background too. A good contender in the ‘shadows' challenge. Oddly enough, I was thinking of making myself a challenge this weekend to shoot a flock of pidgeons which hang out in the city centre here.

      • This reply was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by  Graham Hart.
      • #325404

        Dahlia Ambrose
        Keymaster

        Thank you Graham. There were other people feeding the pigeons nearby, so they were all curious looking for food. Lol, I like your imagination 😀

        Pigeons, although many hate them, are very interesting subjects to photograph especially when they are a flock. Look forward to seeing what you create over the weekend Graham 🙂

    • #325678

      davidc
      Participant

      My Dad had racing pigeons. This reminds me of trying to get them in to clock the rings. They never came all together though. Cool photo

      • #325766

        Dahlia Ambrose
        Keymaster

        Thank you very much David. Interesting to hear about the racing pigeons. Never heard about them before 🙂

  • #325242

    Bobbie
    Participant

    Interesting Dahlia. In some places it's hard to tell the birds from their shadows.

  • #325244

    Bobbie
    Participant

    I know I've posted this before but it's one of my favorites.

    • #325245

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Nice!

    • #325292

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Another great shadow shot. Someone who knows how could probably tell the exact time from the angles.

    • #325405

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      A very nice image Bobbie. I love shadow images like these 🙂

    • #325450

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Thanks Kent, Graham and Dahlia.
      I'm not sure Graham, but I think you'd have to know the approximate date and where north was in order to tell the time.

    • #325677

      davidc
      Participant

      Yep! Like it.

    • #325702

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Love it Bobbie, I can see why it's a favourite. 🙂

    • #325773

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Thanks David & Diane

  • #325265

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    where there's a will ….

    where there's a will _

    • #325293

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Beautiful image Diane. Perfect DOF and love the balance of colour in this one.

    • #325406

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Lovely one Diane and I like the caption that goes with it 🙂

    • #325435

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Very Nice!!

    • #325451

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Nature is amazing. Wonderful image Diane.

    • #325676

      davidc
      Participant

      Cool Tersha. Did you plant it and wait for it to grow.  🙂

      • #325706

        Tersha
        Keymaster

        Thanks David, it was from spilt Niger seed for the birds! 🙂

    • #325707

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Thanks for the comments Graham, Dahlia, Kent and Bobbie!

  • #325313

    Mistyisle
    Participant

    Striking Diane, I like it! Taken with tilt-shift, I believe, something not yet familiar to me.

    • #325705

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Thanks Jim, but it wasn't with a Tilt and Shift, it was a Canon 100mm macro lens. I think the effect was created by the size of the seedling, less than 1″ and the angle that I took the shot.

  • #325675

    davidc
    Participant

    Moon Shadows

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    • #325704

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Great take on the theme, David, and a very good moon shot.

      • #325777

        davidc
        Participant

        Thanks Tersha.

    • #325767

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Very nice David. Love it.  🙂

      • #325778

        davidc
        Participant

        Thanks Dahlia

    • #325786

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      This is a great shot of the moon David. Probably the sharpest I've seen. love it.

      • #325822

        davidc
        Participant

        Many thanks Graham

  • #325703

    Tersha
    Keymaster

    I wasn't sure whether to keep this or not, bit I think it fits in this challenge ….

    damselfly

    • #325787

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      It certainly does fit Tersha. Don't see that many blue insects, its very interesting (dragonfly?). The wing detail in the shadows is nice.

  • #325714

    Lenny Wollitz
    Participant

    Chairs in the sun.

    Chairs in the Sun,

    • #325775

      Bobbie
      Participant

      This looks like a companion shot for Dahlia's image. Maybe this is where the pigeons are heading… 🙂

    • #325788

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      I like this image a lot Lenny. I think the chairs and the shadows share equal billing in this production and blend together really well.

      • This reply was modified 6 months, 2 weeks ago by  Graham Hart.
    • #326154

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Lovely high contrast image Lenny 🙂

  • #325716

    Lenny Wollitz
    Participant

    Chairs in the sun  What am I doing wrong?  The photo doesn't show and it's not like the first time I have done this.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/eldub1/25005279427/in/dateposted-public/

    • #325761

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Edited your comment with the share link Lenny and it works now 🙂

  • #325820

    ElinL
    Participant

    Resting dancer

    • #325900

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Terrific image Elin. Love everything about this one. The light sweeping in from the left to land on the man's head and give it an extra dimension. The busy vertical lines against the calm horizontal orange plane, the round table to balance the linear aspect of the image, the man's thoughtful focus on something we can't see. Like it a lot.

    • #325943

      ElinL
      Participant

      Thank you Graham and Lenny.

    • #326018

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Love everything about this Elin!

    • #326155

      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Wow, this is a great image Elin 🙂

  • #325896

    Lenny Wollitz
    Participant

    Very interesting!

  • #325981

    chris pook
    Participant

    Basra PSD

     

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 2 weeks ago by  chris pook.
    • #325986

      Bobbie
      Participant

      Great capture Chris (and creepy).

    • #326019

      Tersha
      Keymaster

      Ditto what Bobbie said! Looks scary!

    • #326077

      Graham Hart
      Participant

      Very potent image. Beware what lurks in the shadows.

      • #326099

        chris pook
        Participant

        Its just a man with an AK47.  🙂

        Although I get where you are coming from.  Looks like a 1950 B Movie poster;  ‘The Lobsterman from the Deep' or something.

        • #326156

          Dahlia Ambrose
          Keymaster

          I was gonna say, looks like a scene from a war movie. Very nice Chris 🙂

  • #327921

    Anonymous

    The shadow of the shadow:

  • #327924

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    What the? I take it there were two light sources slightly apart? I like the way the arch is duplicated in the circle of light. What a brilliant shot, terrific!

    • #328078

      Angel M. Sesma
      Participant

      Hi!
      There's no secret in the setup: all natural light and the correct moment to catch the shadows!

      It was only a coincidence: There was two aligned streetlights with the sun was in a very low position whe I took the picture.
      I like you enjoyed this image!!

      🙂 Angel

  • #327955

    E. Q. de Souza
    Participant

    Dead End.

     

    Dead End

  • #328117

    E. Q. de Souza
    Participant

    Ride in the dark

    • #328128

      Kent DuFault
      Participant

      Love this shot! Very Hitchcock…esque.

      • #328328

        E. Q. de Souza
        Participant

        Thanks, shadows goes well with Hitchcock and mystery.

  • #328335

    Tobie
    Moderator

    An oldie, but applicable…

    CTS_2657

  • #328724

    Sven Midensol
    Participant

    StatueShadow

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