So, I ended up waiting to take photographs until evening when everything is very dark outside (one of the benefits of living in a rural area that is void of street lights), and the inside lights were on.
I didn't realize how many shadows are cast within a home. I was expecting the outdoors to yield more opportunities to capture the theme. So, I was pleasantly surprised when I started noticing all the shadows indoors.
My subject is a doll from Japan. Her robe is cream-color with red and gold accents. Although I like the color of her dress, sash, obi, and hat, I chose to change the photograph to a sepia-tone instead so the focus is more on the doll and her shadow than on what she is wearing.
In the room, this was the only item that was giving a double shadow - the stronger shadow in the front/left side with a lighter shadow in the back/right side. My favorite part of the shadow is the tassel.
I'm looking forward to the next theme, and challenging myself to take photographs I normally would not take.