The fence design bordering the race includes mirror-surfaced fish, lizards, and turtles, which makes for a school of reflected-light figures on the pavement on one side and lacy shadow-schools on the other. Here a Canada goose goes strolling among them, casting a shadow of his own.
I took these around 2 pm, in that harsh daylight they tell you never to use. It wasn't great for anything else, but it did create some nice, inky shadows. There's a mirrored sculpture there called Shards that I'll be revisiting on a better day with the better camera.
Check out other shadow entries at Heyharriet:
And see lots more shiny things at Weekend Reflections.