IN A FLASH: Long Shadows
This photo, captured near the Kent Student Center, shows the effect of the unique position of the sun during the early part of meteorological winter (September-March). The sun's position during these months means shorter periods of daylight and longer shadows on sunny days.
The position of the sun in the months near the fall and spring equinoxes (in September and March, respectively), also make for blindingly bright sunlight that seems like it's right in your eyes during morning and evening commutes, as most roadways here in the Midwest, have an east-west orientation.
Photo by Bob Christy, senior photography coordinator, University Communications and Marketing.
Want to see one of YOUR photos in “IN A FLASH?” Submit your Kent State-related photos to InAFlash@kent.edu and you may see them in a future Kent State Today post. Photos should be framed -horizontally- and include a brief description of what’s happening in the photo along with when and where it was taken.