Shadows from concrete pilings along the Kamehameha Highway near the town of Kaunakakai on Molokai. This is all at sea level, so I am inclined to think that the pilings purpose is to act as a buffer should there be a tidal wave. The shoreline is only 1/8th of a mile from this spot. It almost seems like a moot point, but perhaps it does make a difference. These have never been put to the test, thank goodness.
This was taken on a previous trip home. Unfortunately, I will not be going home this summer. : (
But, don't these shadows remind you somewhat of the large stone statues on Easter Island called moais?
Every week, a group of us from around the world post our shadow shots over at Hey Harriet. Entertain your muse by stopping by to see what others have posted!
And, since Tracy was too under the weather to get out and look for bike shadow shots for the World Naked Bike Ride, this one's for you, Tracy! I cannot imagine riding a bike bare butt and naked!