You might remember that I'm a bit of a nut about lighting.
I once asked my friend "When do you get good lighting in your house?" She gave a polite answer but I saw the look in her eyes. The "Were you dropped on your head as a child?" look.
When I busted into said friends house to play with her round dining table and her purdy china on a sunny afternoon, I got my answer.
As I was shooting pictures of her tablescape, the light suddenly changed. Voila! There it was.
She pretended to not be alarmed as I chased shadows around her home, trying desperately to capture the moment on film.
This is why I am so grateful for my friends. They know that I am a whackadoodle and they love me anyway.
Here are a few of the shots from my shadow dance party.
The stained glass made the light even more beautiful.
I saw a movie many years ago, "In The Gloaming" that was a beautiful movie, with a beautiful house, and stunning lighting. It was nirvana for a house stalker with a side of light obsession.
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