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Thank you all for your comments and votes yesterday. Today some shadows for shadow Saturday, this was taken at St Fagans museum of Welsh Life, the path leads up to the castle that is situated to the left as you are looking at the photo.
Excellent composition Trev, strong shadows, like this place but have not visited for over 4 years,
Some cracking shadows and what a lovely park beyond.
Beautiful shot and so very well balanced... with lots of lovely green!
Now these are strong masculine shadows Trev ! A great photo !!
Wonderful shadows in beautiful surroundings, Trev. Carol
It fits the theme really well Trev.
This is the year in a very long time that I've not made my usual trip there Trev.
That will be summer Trev!
A wonderfully captured photograph, the colour and deep shadows providing a great focal point.
Plenty of colour Trev, which enhances the shadows a plenty, like it, regards Leon.
Such a good comp and excellent shadows.
Lots of shadows here, Trev! Looks a super place, love to go exploring here
Beautiful image with great shadows
Looks like you had a good weather day and have some great shadows Trev, interesting place to visit I am sure
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