Saturday, March 26, 2011

Five O'Clock shadow

The low angle of the late afternoon sun makes an interesting shadow fence across this bridge.

12 comments:

  1. Only Randolph Scott has a widen chin than that to display a 5 O'Clock Shadow!

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  2. It also acts as a perfect leading line into the image!

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  3. Nice lines and composition.

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  4. Like Tammy, the first thing I thought of was "leading lines!"

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  5. Sorry, ladies...already used the "Leading Lines" theme... ;-)

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  6. Hi Val,
    It's like there are lines drawn on the bridge so you can drive straight. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

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  7. That one grabs me! Great spotting....

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  8. it's great to have a five o'clock shadow ... beaufiful picture without tea and biscuits

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  9. Looks like you are out of the snow and on your way to spring!

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  10. I like your sense of humor and composition!

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  11. I like the lines in this pic. They lead you right in.

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  12. A great use of shadows. Great leading lines in this image.

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