Lens-artist photo challenge: Silhouettes

I’m inspired by the lens-artists photo challenge to do a bonus post this week. You can see more silhouettes of find the challenge here.

There is something about silhouettes that is particularly touching . . . haunting . . . inspiring.

I’ve added some of my own.

Man and tree silhouette
Hampstead Heath
Sandcastle in foreground with the silhouettes of two teenaged boys in the distance
Anna Maria Island
Silhouette of a harshly pruned tree
St. James’s Park, London
Shadow of skiers on a ski lift
Technically, this is a shadow, but I like it anyway – from Mont Sainte Anne, Quebec
The statue of El Cristo de la Concordia in Cochobamba, Bolivia
El Cristo de la Concordia, Cochobamba, Bolivia

15 thoughts on “Lens-artist photo challenge: Silhouettes

  1. marianbeaman

    Lovely silhouettes! I don’t know why I don’t get notifications of your blog posts anymore. I just subscribed again a few weeks ago. I’ll have to chalk it up to internet gremlins, I guess. :-/

    1. Arlene Somerton Smith Post author

      Well, I’m glad you found me! Perhaps your settings for the site need to be changed to receive notifications? When I subscribe to a new site, I usually have to go in and select how I want to receive the posts and when.

  2. pattimoed

    Welcome to the challenge, Arlene. I love the variety of your shots here and the moods they convey. I am especially drawn to your shot of Anna Maria Island. What fabulous light and a great composition. The mood is marvelous. It makes me want to jump into the shot! Glad you joined us!

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