Friday, December 14, 2018

Snow and Shadow


The shadows are so bold on the snow that they have me thinking that perhaps they could be manifestations of a parallel hidden world.


The more I focus on the shadows, the more likely this seems.


What is it like in Shadowland? Quiet and mysterious . . . 


If I look hard enough, perhaps I'll spy some subtle differences between the objects in our world and those in Shadowland.


Perhaps . . .


6 comments:

Barbara Rogers said...

Ooooh! Spooky a bit today! But where does shadowland go when there's no sunshine?

Vicki Lane said...

Oh, it's still there -- it just that on sunny days, it becomes visible.

Darla said...

Scanned back through posts and, oh my goodness, how lovely the snow is!!!!!!!!

Juliet Batten said...

Beautiful images and words, thank you Vicki. You capture the mystery of shadows so well.

Jim Egerton said...

Now I am caught in a vortex of thoughts about what does what to cause the shadows and are they ever the same from minute to minute, day to day, year to year. Do the shadows changing cause the sun to move or vice versa? Maybe this is the mysterious Dark Matter every cosmetologist and astronomer is looking for. Vicki you have found the secret!! I'm just saying

Vicki Lane said...

Ooh, I like the way you think, Jim!