Shadow Analysis

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Shadows fascinate me. I love how when you look at a shadow you have to guess how the person was feeling by his/her body language.

Needless to say I take lots of shadow pictures whenever I can.

I can tell Z is enjoying outside and is reluctantly holding on to my finger.

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See her trying to escape?

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Those photos were taken a week ago on my iPhone. I love how light and effortless it is to take a quick photo.

Yesterday I again took a similar photo with Z. But this time I noticed in my shadow photo Z looks big. Not baby big but big as in like a little girl big. She looks confident and independent.

The weather’s colder here and we’re bundled up.

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I love the tree leaves shadows. I have a cluster of leaves for hands below. I’m collecting and pressing leaves for one of my grandmothers in Pakistan so she can enjoy these colourful treasures and won’t miss them.

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Needless to say Z refuses to hold my hand for longer than a few seconds and is clamoring to explore each and every leaf in sight.

She is growing not just in size but independence. The shadow says it all.

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  1. Pingback: Shadow, Shadow on the Wall, Who’s The Fairest of Them All? « Doodling Through Life

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