The weather people predicted much more snow for Ansonia than we actually received. As someone that uses a power wheelchair that balks in anything more than 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) of snow, I was satisfied that the professionals were wrong this time.
The brilliant sun and bright snow the day after was stunning. So for Tracy's most excellent Shadow Shot Sunday, the lemons of less snow are made up for lovely shadowy lemonade. Also. we had not secured a plow for this storm, so it was easier for the always lovely Patti to clear the snow. I owe her for this :>)
Above, I decided that I would make myself the subject of the sun, as I had before. I was not looking to highlight my presence per se, but seeing this as I left the house to go to work, I decided being only a little late was in order. The shadows demanded my attention.
It was above freezing, so the snow was melting on the walk. The artist (of sorts) is seen at work. The following pic shows the lamppost and pivoting hedge is shadowy beauty. The lamp itself is of the lowest quality in build, bit it allows for a fine shadow.
Spring cannot arrive soon enough for us. However, the shadows of Winter are nice subjects for capture. See the lovely world of shadows at Hey Harriet's site!