I’ve only just realized – or rather, it’s been pointed out to me – why the images that show here are disappointingly small and fuzzy. You perhaps already understood! They are mere thumbnails, and by clicking on them you can see full-resolution versions that fill the screen. Moreover, if you then click again, you see a magnified detail.
So, a few pictures.
Shadow of rocks in Navajoland.
Shadow of a corral fence in Navajoland.
Overlapping shadows under a piano waiting to be played in the church of San Giovanni, in Lucca.
Shadow in the church of San Michele in Foro, in the central piazza of Lucca. When I caught sight of this shadow, thrown to one side of the apse because the light casting it had to be fixed on one side of a high arch, I fancied the cross and the shadow might symbolize the archangel Michael and the dark archangel Satan he’s casting out of heaven.