ShadowLand

13 October 2022 – A land I walk, one half-hour this sunny afternoon, along the south-east end of False Creek.

There is ShadowGate, on my street-side right…

ShadowWall, across the water beyond Hinge Park…

ShadowChairs, clustered close to Olympic Village…

ShadowGrid, west of the chairs…

ShadowBridge, east of the chairs…

and finally…

well, of course…

ShadowMe.

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  1. Great post (and shadow hat), Penny.

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  2. Blane Hogue

     /  14 October 2022

    Not jus a superb writer, but a marvellous visual sense too!

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  3. Bob Georgiou

     /  14 October 2022

    A fun themed walk, Penny!

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  4. Keenly observed, Penny. I love the way the shadows play across the pavers in Shadowgrid. And Shadowme looks quite jaunty!

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