Returning from work, I passed this Canada Goose. Reminded me of last week when the geese were agitated. Perhaps this is the same one?
Returning from work, I pass Samson Park every day. This park has statues and scenes from “Alice In Wonderland” (I made images of some of these in an earlier post — see Queen of Hearts). This structure had been erected last week.
Like Alice, I wondered what it’s purpose was. I was sucked in through this novel doorway. Looking out, this is what we see. Maybe it is incomplete, like the exterior?
There are some unusual structures in the park, including this nest-like sculpture. Of course, several birds had decided to build their nest in the upper reaches.
By the time I reached the light rail station, the light was low enough to cast these shadows onto the overpass wall. This reminds me of a similar image that I made some years ago, where a tree cast a shadow on a brick wall, with both the tree and shadow in the image.
Here is a view of the light that cast the shadow on the wall. I rather like the graphic nature of the patterns of the underside of the overpass with the foreground lights.
By the fountains were these folks sharing a story. Or perhaps a picture on a cell phone?
By this time, I could see the train approaching the station, so I hurried to board. After making my way back to the parking garage, I was captivated by the setting sun falling on the DU buildings. The gold roofing of the spire reflected the warm sunlight.