A QUICK LOOK AT THE FLOWER AND THE STONE - My entry to Shadow Hunters Community Contest - Round 216

A couple of weeks ago, while walking around the archeological remains of the ancient city of Nesactium, I came across many Crepis sancta flowers ...

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... but I photographed only one shadow on the large lawns that surround the old walls and fragments of ancient buildings ...

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... because only one of those very common flowers ...

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... grew conveniently close to a piece of stone that provided a perfect surface for a nice, sharp shadow. I didn't have a shadow hunt in mind on that sunny morning, but this encounter changed my mood and plans, so I spent the following half an hour or so searching for interesting shadows. With no results. Other shadows that I photographed on that occasion weren't even remotely comparable to this flower silhouette, so I deleted them all today.

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And that's practically it ...

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... just a short post about one small, fairly poetic detail found along the way.

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AS ALWAYS IN THESE POSTS ON HIVE, THE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE MY WORK - THE END.

Ah, almost forgot 🙂the photograph for the contest is the third one from the top ... I mean this one : (Enlargeable)

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