Geographic Composition #46: Shadows

Welcome to week forty-six of Geographic Composition! For each edition of the project a number of my fellow photobloggers and I will submit an image based on a common theme from our scattered locations around the world. Even though the theme is the same, our own vision and view of the world when coupled with the geographic and cultural environment in which we live will shape the images we create and offer a varied interpretation on the topic of the week.

This week, our theme is “Shadows.”

Geographic Composition is an open photographic project and we welcome new contributors all the time. For more information, please read over our “Call for Entries” post and stop back here for upcoming themes and posting dates.

Our coming themes/dates are:

  • Week #47 – Frbruary 13: “Round”
  • Week #48 – February 27: “Contasts”
  • Week #49 – March 13: “Wood”
  • Week #50 – March 27: Contributor’s Favorites

Please take a moment to view the participants’ blogs. And, as always be sure to send me new themes and topics in the comments below.

Thanks, and Enjoy!

Susanne - Shadow Meets Bamboo

“Shadow Meets Bamboo”
Susanne – Linz, Austria

Andrew Smith - Longer Than Light

“Longer than Light” – Infrared Photograph, Codorus State Park, PA
Andy Smith – Hanover, PA

Dr. David Jones - Dusk to Dawn Blues Festival - Rentiesville, OK

“Dusk to Dawn Blues Festival – Rentiesville, OK
Dr. David Jones – Muskogee, OK

Michael Palmer

Michael Palmer – Potomac, MD

Jason D. Moore

Jason D. Moore – Endicott, NY

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  • Wow… I like this set all around! Every photo’s interesting, and a great, fun combination.

    Jason, make sure you fill us in some more on your photo. Please! 🙂

    January 30, 2009 at 7:26 am
  • First, with the basics:

    Taken with my Nikon D200 and a Sigma 56.0-200.0mm f/4.0-5.6 lens. ISO 400, 1/5s @ f/4.2 with a focal length of 66mm. Only some slight processing in Lightroom.

    Kim lit a candle in the candle holder from Tuesday’s post and we both thought the shadows that the candle holder made on our coffee table looked really cool. It was that simple. I liked how the candle holder looked but there was something about seeing just the shadows without seeing their source that really appealed to me.


    February 1, 2009 at 11:13 am
  • Very creative. Excellent idea.

    February 2, 2009 at 6:40 am

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