Real light cast
onto the mirror refracts back onto the fabric and mirrored surfaces.
Petzold laments that ambient light cast
upward from the city often obscures the light show provided by nature: constellations, galaxies and nebulas.
An interesting light cast
on a dark corner of history.
The Impressionists established the principle that colour is not absolute but relative to the time of the day, the light cast
by the weather, and the radiance of adjacent tints.
But he's at home under the light cast
by his welding torch.
Johnson describes the Clinton years as a decade when every bright light cast
a dozen dark shadows.
It also absorbs blue light cast
by the sun and reflects red light, making for picture-perfect fiery sunsets
Fergie could have played on with a light cast
, but even when that gets better there is the hamstring fear.
Yet contemporary authorities can willfully not see despite the light cast
by alternative herstories: for yesterday's Cantonese survivors incarnate in today's Fujianese refugees.
Keown said: "I'm wearing a light cast
over the injury, although it is still painful.
In the end we are left with a finely rounded portrait of both the abusers and the abused with light cast
on the forces that drive and manipulate human beings.
The evening opens softly with "Solid Air": the five dancers move among rectangles and diamonds of whitest light cast
upon the floor, entering and exiting them with a Zen calm.
The only glimmer of light cast
on England's chances was the buying up of Alan Mullally's wickets from 10-12 to 12-14 and a speculative punt on Warren Hegg runs , up ten to 50-60, based on fears about the fitness for wicketkeeping of bad-back sufferer Alec Stewart.
As you move through it you are continually made aware of light and surface, entertained by inventive details - the patterns of light cast
by the perforated rear wall of the guest room, the seeming fragility of glass basins set on stone, the tiny clear squares set into translucent glass, each one representing a family member's height.
But a quite different picture emerges when one peeks outside the small cone of light cast
by the trade press.