The best time to see them all is early morning, looming out of the mist, or at sunset, throwing dramatic shadows.
"You want dramatic shadows," he said, "as opposed to dark, depressing shadows."
Upstairs, steel louvers not only filter sunlight, but cast dramatic shadows on a rammed-earth wall.
Crisp and well lighted inside or out, his world always appears sunny and casual while taking advantage of dramatic shadows.
Tents are made from sheets that flutter in the wind, and candlelight casts dramatic shadows.
An artist pulls from so many things, everyday things: someone's expression, a quick movement, a dramatic shadow.
Sunlight blazed through them, casting a long dramatic shadow out behind him.
There was a very modern crucifix that seemed to float two inches from one wall, casting a dramatic shadow, lit by a recessed spotlight.
The moon was full, casting dramatic shadows, stark contrasts of black and white over the cemetery.
We don't have permanent dramatic shadows that make our plain faces pretty.