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In the Shadows

Rhona Lewis

I follow you around in the light, I say goodbye to you in the night. Who am I? Take three guesses and then read these words back to front: ruoy wodahs. Let’s find out more about the tricks of darkness and light.

 

Jolly Solly

R. Atkins

The Faigelbaums were bundled up warmly in coats and hats, ready to leave. The trip would take a couple of hours at least, and it would be afternoon by the time they arrived. Since Efraim always took a long nap in the afternoon, things should work out perfectly…

 

Black and Light

B. Deer

Shadowgraphy is the art of performing using hand shadows. It’s easy, it’s fun, and it’s free! All you need to get started is a dark room, a flashlight, a clear wall, and your hands.

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