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This tree has drawn my attention on more than one occasion. Tucked away in a corner of Olympia’s Yoshiro Japanese Garden park, its manicured, twisted shape reminds me of a bonsai, though it’s actually 6 or 7 feet tall. On … Continue reading
Simple patterns on marble steps of the state capitol, the shadows reminding me of some ancient language whose meaning has been lost to time. (1/800 sec., f/5.6, ISO 400)
Solar power may be an alternative energy to some, but it’s essential to others. Cat soaks up the afternoon sunshine, providing a lovely study of light and shadow. (1/500 sec., f/5.6, ISO 220)
The more I focus on photography (pun, sadly, intended), the more I’m fascinated by the little things of everyday life. Tiny flower stalks on moss, the reflection in a puddle, the pattern of a building’s windows. This photo of my … Continue reading
A shadow trying to hide between a fence and a tree. Unsuccessfully.
Finished breakfast, noticed marvelous shadows of my cereal bowl on the wall, took photo.
Runes? Hieroglyphs? The shadows cast by an ancient tree aligned with the summer solstice? Naw… just some fascinating early-morning shadows on the steps of the magnificent state capitol building in Olympia, Washington.