Light Headed

The illumination from a matrix of street lights leaves ghostly images. I would call them ‘after images’ but they persist. The ghost shadow that stands behind the darker one subtracts from the head of the figure in the foreground.

There is a light blue line that runs through the center of the body shadow. It is not immediately apparent that it is one face of the cement parking space divider. The top face is dark blue. Taken together, one can see the three-dimensional shape.

Photography: Parking Lot - Light-Headed Shadow 110117

Light Headed

This is another of my Parking Lot Noir series, referring to the genre, Film Noir, the dark films of the 1940s and50s.

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