A traveler back home. But where is home? Home of the adventurer is in the distance.
Great shot! I like how they are all wearing black trousers or leggings and the two women have matching stripes on their tops!
Wonderful how you caught them all in mid-stride, and the shadows are just great, Carola.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
The long shadows are as anonymous as the walkers, Yet, the B&W shot, dark clothes and shadows are artistic, the feelin of motion from above and below. Nice!
Photo de rue classique, j'aime beaucoup cette perspective et ce pas de deuxMerci d'avoir participer au challenge "Walk In The Street Photography"
Fussgaenger!I ONCE HAD A SHADOWI once had a shadow—or did she have me?My shadow and I could never agree.I would say something, she’d say the reverse;Our arguments flared, my lips I would purse,Refusing to speak to her anymore—So my shadow got up and marched out the door!I have not seen her from that day to this—That’s one stubborn shadow I surely don’t miss!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadow Guards
Wonderful street scene - so creative!
Perfect timing! I like the patterns on the ground, too.
Wow....skinny legs!!! I'm used to the overweight Americans. Wish we, as a whole group, would walk more instead of relying on cars and other transportation.well done.Vintage 1930's Basketball Team is my Shadow Shot today. Do stop by if you can find time.Happy Sunday!!!
Nice shot, intriguing!
Perfect timing on this shot. Very interesting!~Kellyhttp://ksrgmck.blogspot.com/
I really like this one! Looks extra special in monochrome!
hey this is beautiful. Now i aske myself why i haven't done that!
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