A trees casting shadows in the Winter Sunshadow is typically described as the full, or partial blockage of a light-source due to an intervening object. This is technically true, but I like to think of shadows as something more.

Shadows are hints of an object’s existence, only evidenced by an absence. How much of our lives are evidenced the same way? What do we notice as existent, only through absence?

This image was taken at Willingboro Lakes Park, f/13, 250 ISO, 18mm, and 1/160 second exposure. I kind o wish I had dropped the ISO to 100, as I think it would have enhanced the shadows, but I’m pleased with the way it’s framed.