Join me Kristy, Life-n-Reflection and Lisa, Simply Living for the Shades of Winter Photography Challenge! Weekly February 6th through March 3rd.
We’ll be sharing our favorite Winter Shadow photos on instagram and facebook each week! Tag yours this week with hashtag #shadesofwinter_wintershadow
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shad·owˈSHadō/noun: shadow; plural noun: shadows
- 1.a dark area or shape produced by a body coming between rays of light and a surface.“trees cast long shadows”
I think all of us in the states are beginning to feel a winter shadow. In late winter many of us grow weary of the darker days. The late to rise morning sun and the early to set evening sun. The bare landscape lacking it’s usual colorful self and even the stillness we took solace in earlier in the season begins to fell empty.
This when I remind myself if you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. Winter’s early twilight begins to appear less gloomy and almost mystic. The long quiet evenings become the perfect chance to write. And the bare landscape transforms into an intricate silhouette.
Where do you see Winter’s Shadow? Share your captures this week below. Need more inspiration print or pin the Winter Photography Checklist with 20 prompts in total from the Resource Library!
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