Shadow Hunting Outside the BCS Grounds (SMASh Contest - Round 247)
Congratulations to everyone who was nominated as a winner in round 246. Even though we did not win the challenge, I am glad since we were awarded ecency points, which will come in handy. I am grateful to @melinda010100 for the points and for organising such lovely and intriguing contests. I'm back to enter the contest with some more wonderful shadow hunting photos.
This is my submission for Round 247 of the Shadow Hunters challenge. These photos were taken outside my workplace; I usually park at CSD, but because I was running late, I opted to go to the nearby parking lot so that I could park my motorcycle and get to the office on time.
It was early in the morning, and after parking my motorcycle, I discovered a carry cart in the middle of the parking lot. It was weird to see that cart, which had to have been left in the parking lot by someone who had forgotten about it after doing their shopping. The sun was shining on the cart, and the shadow on the mud ground was quite vivid and lovely.
Nevertheless, I had the chance to look for some of the cart's shadows, which were more distinct and obvious. However, the thing that frightened me was the thought that I shouldn't let anyone think that I had left the cart in the parking lot and instead had returned to the mall and taken a picture of it. However, I quickly departed the area after beginning to search for some lovely shadows.
There, I hunted for more than 5 images of the cart shadow from various angles. I tried to shoot it from several perspectives so that I could get some more shadow images. The first of these images is the contest entry, and the others are to put some effort into writing the post and making the contest more interesting.
The shadows on the ground where the sun was directly on top may be seen in the photo. As a result, the little steel of the cart becomes visible, making shadow hunting more effective. I constantly attempt to catch photographs when there are also additional shadow images. The fact that you can see the shadows of the tree leaves on the ground adds to the beauty of the image.
There are some photographs of the carry cart that I made from various angles to share with you. This is an attempt on my side to offer you with the best photographs of shadows, the first of which is an entry in the contest. I hope you enjoy the pictures and the shadows. I hope you enjoyed the post, and if you did, please provide feedback in the comments section so that the next post can be even better. Thank you for sticking with me until the end.
REMEMBER: We should prepare for the unexpected and hope for the best. Life may not be easy, but you must do your best and leave the rest to God.