Delicate shadows from a Rosemary plant dance on the tops of toadstools. All photos are clickable thumbnails.
DAILY PHOTOS—I've been shooting hundreds of photos on my daily walks these past few months. Sometimes I set a "theme" for the photos that day—homes, flowers, shadows, rocks—and sometimes I just take a shot of anything that catches my eye. Today, I'll post the first of a series of shadow photos.
Shadows from the wooden railings create a smaller lane for me to traverse. I aimed my bike in the dead center for the entire boardwalk... I amuse myself greatly with the little things in life, lol.
Taking off in flight, this gull's shadow is about to leave the rocks behind.
Ornamental grasses create tropical shadows on this brick sidewalk.
They also remind me of what my hair looks like when I first wake up in the morning.
Shadows of trees create an almost lace-like appearance on the pavement.
Framed by late afternoon shadows from a split-rail fence, this pink rose is a Tropical Storm Irene survivor.
A chain-link fence over the railroad tracks lends a great texture to the sidewalk.
Trying their best to create a monotone Hawaiian-print shirt pattern, these shadows were more attractive than the straggly roadside shrub they originated from.
Much sharper shadows from the chain-link fence mentioned above appeared on the cement railroad bridge wall.
A riderless seat and wheel spokes shadowed on Pink Gardens' clapboard siding.
The boardwalk's shadows can appear quite dangerous at times!
The pronounced crown of the single lane road leading to Pink Gardens is evident in these afternoon shadows.
These shadows reminded me of chicken feet!