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Landslide Shadows

Following a recent period of excessive rainfall, I visited a quarry at Fort Dickerson Park in Knoxville, Tennessee, and, while hiking, discovered a landslide along an 80-100′ hillside. With the sun at my back, this photograph captured my shadow – my legs in the foreground, and the rest of my shadow downhill in the background.

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By Phil

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4 replies on “Landslide Shadows”

I agree. That was my impression when I came upon this landslide. A sense of layers & angles is also enhanced by sunlight on the top edge and along a lower dirt-wall. I’m glad that I had my camera with me!

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