I am not trying to speed up ths seasons. Autumn is here and the trend is cool, not yet the cold of Winter. Irregardless of season, shadows appear. Such as ice flowing from the roof gutter. The sun highlights the frozen water, but the shadow peers around the cold side of the garage.
Also, not a shadow, but the ice seems to end in a hand with a finger pointing toward the snowy ground...
Shrubs in the winter don’t spring to mind, ever it seems. We usually think of ornamental decorations such as these as three season items: Perhaps in the spring when in bloom, maybe in the summer when full, possibly in the autumn with colorful foliage.
But the winter, it appears with shadow settling upon freshly fallen snow. Patti captured this on the ramp just outside the door. The illumination adds the desired shadowy effects from the light outside the front door. The view is stark, almost a B&W view. Snow, while not always welcome, can be appealing in a shadowy sense. See lots more at Hey Harriet!