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Kyle Lighthouse in the shadow of Skye Bridge in Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland.
Polaroid SLR 680 with Impossible PX680 V4C test film. L/D wheel = Neutral. No shielding on ejection but then turned face down and left on the table to develop.
Probably not the best use of the test film but when I turned around and saw the shadow of the willow on the table I thought why not. Though this is isn't a great colour shot those colours that are there are pretty true to life. This was scanned in about 3.5 hrs after I shot it so it will be interesting to see if anything changes after 24 hrs. Now I just need to get a bit more creative with the remainder of the film.
The ruins of Corfe castle casting long shadows in the early morning light, with the last of the mist slowly burning off. Decided to keep the sun out of frame to reduce any flare. Taken the same morning as my previous Corfe shot.
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Spotted this on a walk through the park with the dog. Strong enough sun to make shadows! No data apparent on the iPhone 6+ photos - a mystery to solve. HFF!
Happy (invisible) Fence Friday!
Is this even a valid 'fence' shot, I don't know, but who's checking? :)
thanks for all your visits, will be catching up soon... have a lovely weekend.
Someone left their tennies on the sand. They made some very creative shadows!
I was in love with the shadows from the trees being cast on this wall.
Say goodbye to the one you always wanted to be
Did you want to say something, do it quickly
There is not much time because the clouds are dark
And the storm approaches
Hear the distant dogs howl
See the last starlings flee before the end
Because everything is about to change
And it was high time
Because the rust creeps into your eyes
And the shadow is gaining ground
I bought the glass element from an old vendor in Beijing. Even though I am quite sure she made up all the "handmade and handpainted" part, I am really fond of it. Captured this image in my living room today, looks as if the painted tree casts a shadow through the glass.
Winter sun sends mist over hills and long shadows over frosty fields.
I like the Heron's shadow on the tree. Taken at a pond on the St. Andrews Campus in Laurinburg, NC
The sun is so low you get beautiful shadows all day, especially in this wood near Cranham, Glouc.
.... or more cosmic events.
The shadows looked so similar to images I have been looking at in 'popular' theoretical physics, illustrating parallel 'branes' or universes about to collide. I keep seeing them everywhere I look!