Just for fun, late in 2017 my wife Denise and I started working through Henry Carroll's "Use This If You Want To Take Great Photographs. A Photo Journal." I bought her the book hoping she'd get inspired to take a few photos and I thought it would be a great way for us to hang out and work on something together.  As we've been working through the book, though, I've been learning a few things about myself.  For example, I didn't realize how much I've really missed looking at things from a black and white point of few. I've always loved black and white, but when the darkroom I was using a few years ago burned down, I switched gears and started shooting more and more in color.  

The assignment for this photo was...

Photograph a shadow.

This was taken in December at the Met in NYC.

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