Saturday, June 7, 2014

Shadow Shot Sunday - Railings and rails

The Ansonia Greenway on an early April Day. Captured by the always lovely Patti
Shadow Shot Sunday 2 returns in late Spring as I present a view from earlier in the season. We are in Ansonia on the greenway perched upon the flood control wall next to the Naugatuck River, In the background is the Metro North commuter railroad just leaving the trestle on the way South. With shadows that look as wavy as the chop on the river. Sun, shadow and Spring - a trifecta for this Saturday's Belmont Stakes and SSS2!

10 comments:

Kelly said...

It's the wavy aspect of the shadows I love! Almost like they're sizzling in the heat (though it's obviously not sizzle producing heat for you that time of year).

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

If I follow those long, long shadows, where will they lead me?

BLOGitse said...

I like the shape of those shadows...not straight, like Japanese or Chinese brush strokes of ink...
Have a good weekend with Patti!
BLOGitse

maryaustria said...

Great shot! Looks like an invitation to follow the way..

robin. said...

the shadows are leading the way on a beautiful spring day. crisp and lovely.

Kathe W. said...

The shadows are so interesting being wavy and not straight! Looks like it was fine day to be out and about!

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

A 'way cool' shot! Especially since you got the Metro North in it too.

Jenny said...

A very commanding shot.

colleen said...

It brings the kid out in me and makes me want to walk the line.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Bold, long and wavy shadow lines that lead right into the heart of the picture and suggest the magic of a beyond.