Silhouettes and Shadows

I’ve actually uploaded four images for this challenge before the voting has started! There are a massive 18 days before the challenge ends.

I’m not a massive fan of silhouette images in the main but have taken a few that I’m happy with. Shadows I think make for a more interesting topic but I’ve no images that I’m happy to upload for the challenge. The images are from left to right:

  • Mornington at Dusk
  • Mornington Beacon
  • Sunrise on my Commute
  • Sunrise in April 2018

Silhouette and Shadows

As this is a speed challenge, I probably won’t have time to work on new images for potential swaps but we’ll see how these get on. As ever, updates as I go along.

As a by the way – and straight from Wikipedia – the word silhouette is actually derived from the name of a French Finance Minister, Étienne de Silhouette, who imposed severe economic demands and try to find, as modern politicians would describe it, finding best value for money. As a response, his portraits were also created cheaply in the form of silhouettes.

[May 2018]
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