Shadow Shot Sunday arrives, and we hope for reflective shadows, and we seek and capture are sought and captured - providing that the ambient lighting allows for said captured.
Yesterday, I took my wheelchair minivan to the dealer * that performed the conversion and fitted me for my 2008 Dodge Caravan. The warranty squawks included wiring harness work on the power transfer seat, to replace the backup mirror camera and adjust the entry/exit ramp. While waiting, I went out back and looked over the new undelivered vans on their lot (car park).
I brought the Canon point-and-shoot device, and hoped for brilliant sun, and resulting shadows from the overhead solar orb.
Alas, the day was overcast, a humid gray descending upon the land. A hint of brightness appeared from time to time, but any brilliance left as suddenly as it appeared, the gray predominating.
Massive vehicular shadows that were hoped for were not there. Yet with camera in hand, more subtle shadows and reflections were sought...and sighted.
A new Grand Caravan in gray allowed the changed lighting from the sky, shadowy effects appearing in the intricate shapes from the bumper and fender (wing).
The seated photographer shows up in the first two views, clad in a red polo shirt and denim shorts.
This sighting should not be very difficult to locate on the gray van. However, in the headlight assembly on the white Chrysler, the blogger in the red polo shirt appears in two places. Since I captured it, I know where...
* - The dealer is Advanced Wheels in East Granby CT, and their only business is wheelchair vans. This is the third wheelchair van I have obtained through them since April 1996 - honorable people and always exceptional service...