Barcelona, Spain, taken on August 29, 2011
Perhaps nothing demonstrates opposites better than light and darkness, and shadows are just that – a battle between light and darkness. While it seems that light is the backdrop and the shadow is the main character, without the presence of light, the shadow can’t even make its appearance, and there would be no show for darkness. One of the coolest shadows I’ve seen is that of a horse-riding warrior in a square in Barcelona. A brilliant piece of art, especially during the night!
Sherry has definitely won more trophies than in in school, that’s for sure. Lots of stuff from volleyball and Chinese school. You go girl 😀
The afternoon sun casts shadows of the statues – found on the colonnades around St.Peter’s square in Vatican City – on a building, resulting in quite an interesting effect.
Oh rain, you don’t amuse me at all. An umbrella is indispensable in Belgium at times like this, even when the weather forecast says that there is no rain for the day. Never believe it. Never.
With an easily manipulable light source in my room, it was only a matter of time before I realized that I could use it to create my third fake city skyline. As usual, I’ll list the “ingredients” – tube of moisturizer, hair clip, clarifying lotion, battery charger on top of “The Four Loves” by C. S. Lewis on top of my two journals, and toner.