One of the few good things (in my opinion) about making images in this part of the country at this time of year is the remarkable shadows you get. You can get them at almost any time of the day – if the sun’s out, obviously – but the best ones seem to appear late in the afternoon. Remember, sunset in December in the northeast is between 4:30 and 5:00 PM. Unlike summertime, it gets dark so fast it’s like someone turned off a switch. One minute there’s light, the next minute it’s dark.
This one was taken just below one of the bridges that crosses the river into Annapolis.