Saturday, February 27, 2010

shadow Shot Sunday --- # lady Liberty

Welcome one and all to this week's edition of Shadow Shot Sunday.

This week I have a guessing game for you. Can you name what is making this shadow? If not, then proceed to the second photo to get your answer.

Well, what is your guess? The correct answer is a young man dressed as the Statue of Liberty.

This young man has been doing a great job of jumping and dancing, all over the parking area beside the roadway of the busiest business area in town. For two reasons, to keep from getting frost bite in the coldest winter of the last
nine years and to attract customers to the Liberty Tax Service. For several months I have been amazed by his ability to stay so cheerful and active. The other day I finally pulled over and ask to take his picture and was surprised by the shadow shots I found when I got home
Have a great week everyone. For more great shadow shots click the camera badge to visit Hey Harriet and join in the fun.


  1. Ha! I was kind of right in guessing it was some kind of headwear. But never in a thousand years would I have guessed it was someone dressed as the Statue of Liberty! What fun shots! And great to see you joining in this week. Missed ya!

  2. Heh, heh...I knew what it was as soon as I saw it! We've got a tax office that's doing the same thing; sometimes with two "Lady Libertys"...e'en in the rain the poor sods!

    Oh wait...did I cheat? LOL!

  3. Young Man Liberty,
    dancing in the parking lot—
    tax time, is it not?


  4. Great capture and a story with a twist, thanks for stopping by in Normandy we love having visitors call.


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