My mission today was to pick up the children from the U-of-Hartford for this Easter weekend. I was able to make a stop for work on the way North, so some productivity occurred alongside taking shadowy pictures along the way.
It was easier to photograph from the driver's seat. The top is a stop along the Long Wharf in New Haven, this being On the passenger side. The bear relaxes in both sun and shadow.
While waiting for my passengers, I aimed the at the outside mirror at nothing in particular, hoping for the appearance of shadows.
Which in fact they did. The daylight placed me in shadowy lighting. The reflection could be counted as a bonus - the results not as designed originally. However, the photographer shows up in the additional mirror at any rate...
Shadows, fancy or simple are always fun when they simply appear. See more artistic shadow art at Hey Harriet's site.
Tracy, we hope your internet has returned!