Shadow Shot Sunday is hosted by Tracy in almost winter Brisbane. A bit nicer in Oz and NZ in their cold season, at least compared to the northern clime on our continent and in our neighborhoods.
Shadows appear irregardless of the season, and are happily captured digitally these days. Or on the ancient medium of film - which this was captured on, I think about 1998. Scanned, the blemishes are at least overtaken by the overall brilliance of the day. Given the upright level standing perspective, obviously taken by Patti.
This is a look down view our street in the Ansonia Uplands, on an early winter morn. The bare branches with the shine may indicate a frozen dew settled on the limbs, which are now awaiting the sun to dissipate the icy coating.
A long winter sun allows shadows to fall as they aim for the intrepid photographer. Yet, the sun will make a cold day seem a bit warmer, the blue sky brilliantly showcasing the solar orb above. No matter the season, shadows are just begging to be captured - an enjoyable quest. See many more at the aforementioned Hey Harriet!