Weekly Photo Challenge : From Lines to Patterns

Cheri Lucas of the Word Press team set this challenge,

From lines to patterns. We see lines and patterns in the world around us, in nature and things man-made. Sometimes we don’t realize they’re there: on the street, across the walls, up in the sky, and along the ground on which we walk.”

I find the patterns of nature are fascinating and love photographing them. Here are a few…

Nature draws a line in the sand

Nature draws a line in the sand

Ripples on the water

Ripples on the water

 

Opening fronds of a fern

Opening fronds of a fern

 

Subtle patterns on a bromeliad

Subtle patterns on a bromeliad

 

Then there are the man-made lines and patterns.

“A curved line is the loveliest distance between two points”

Townsville building

Townsville building

 

Lines and curves in architecture

Lines and curves in architecture

 

Patterns of crazy paving

Patterns of crazy paving

 

Aboriginal art copied in concrete

Aboriginal art copied in concrete

 

Aboriginal art

Aboriginal art

I certainly do not blend into the tree trunk

I certainly do not blend into the tree trunk

 

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20 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : From Lines to Patterns

  1. Wonderful adaptation of the theme. I love the lines and curves you found in nature and your dress.

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  3. poppytump

    Great series PP .
    Love your curly fern fronds ! Who dropped the pebble in the water Lol

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  4. The fern fronds image is ah-ma-zing!

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    • Thank you Connie for taking the time to stop and look at my post and to leave a comment. I just loved the light on those fronds the way it lit up all the tiny hairs

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  5. Great pics for the challenge, Pommepal. Love the bromeliad and the guanna’s foot. 🙂

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  7. First and third images are my favorite.

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    • G’day Rick thank you for dropping in and taking the time to comment, it is hard to beat natures patterns, the third one is my personal favourite

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  9. Great variety of images, and I love that last one!

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  11. Yaz

    Stunning uplifting photos! Thank you so much!

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