On one of my walks through the cemetery last week, I took some pictures. It was a brilliantly sunny day, so the trees cast some amazing shadows. I happen to love shadows. They often say more than the actual structure that's casting the shadow. Here they are -
I particularly liked this one because it reminded me of a tree often painted by Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven - Art for the souls there.
This shadow had a little more substance to it, if I can say that. It is a little ironic to think of shadows as having more or less substance. Well, I guess that everything is relative!!
Shadows in a cemetery are part of another world. It's as though you were visiting a realm of spirits (shades) and the shadows form their landscape.
Behind the bars that separate the real world from the world of shadows, the spirits watch us and muse about our lives, as we must about theirs.
Have a magical day!!