I LOVE shooting silhouettes. Strip the detail away and you can reveal so much in the stark lines.
The grace of a bird in flight.
A new look on a familiar landmark.
Fun and frolics or hanging on for dear life? The crazy antics of an Siamang gibbon at Nashville Zoo.
In silhouette, nothing is there to distract you from the loss. West pier in Brighton, built: 1866. Closed: 1975. Set on fire: Quite a lot.
And silhouette can frame a detail that would otherwise be hidden and forgotten.
It seems I also quite like my silhouettes against blue!