Weekly Photo Challenge : Angular

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The sun creates angles and patterns in the old goal. (Oops did you notice? It should be gaol, thanks Jude for the correction!!!)

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An unusual angle looking up to appreciate the interesting detail in this old pub.

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This exquisite bonsai is a rhapsody of delicate tracery and angles created with care and patience as the tree is manipulated over many years into a thing of beauty.


Looking up at the bold, geometric shapes

Looking up at the bold, geometric shapes and angles of the “Brutalist Architecture” of the High Court in Canberra.

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Looking up the tree at an acute angle creates a feeling of strength and power.


Windswept trees of the Greenhough Plains

The trees of the Greenhough Plains, near Geraldton, have been forced into this crazy angle by the constant buffeting of the strong winds, but still they survive.

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Not to put too fine a point on it, though this week, we challenge you to show us what “angular” means to you.

These are just a few samples I found that I think portrays this theme. Check more angles here.

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35 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Angular

  1. Beautiful photo shares.. and amazing how the tree has bent over the years due to wind.. Wishing you a good week
    _/\_ Sue


  2. pert kewl 🙂


  3. poppytump

    Like the gate and shadows Pauline does look like it’s suffered a bit 😉
    The tree in the last shot is something else … what a beauty … it wasn’t going to give up was it !


  4. Great variety of angles you caught!



  5. What a diverse collection and such different beauties. The gaol is wonderful and so’s the High Court – I’ve only ever passed it on the way to the NGA: I need to go in sometime. Thanks for showcasing it. Thanks too for expanding angular into gentler curves.


  6. Great choices for the challenge, Pauline. My two favourites have to be the trees. That last one is so amazing. 🙂


  7. awesome take on the wpc – I like the variety of organic and inorganic angles – 🙂


  8. All great examples Pomme, but that last tree is a stunner, would love to see some of those. We have similar effects with our Live Oak branches but have never seen the actual trunk bend! Love the others as well. Wonderful response.


  9. Great selection, Pauline 🙂 That jail (might be safer with that spelling 🙂 ) gateway has striking angles and I love the ‘old pub’. Very pretty!


  10. It makes me wonder how many years the trees buffeted by the strong winds will evolve to bushes.


  11. Fun takes on the theme – love the bonsais both hand made and wind made.


    • Some of the bonsais I saw on display were hundreds of years old. I admire the patience and constant care needed to keep these little beauties alive.


  12. You show there are more a than right angles.

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  13. Haha – Jude got there first with gaol….. I like your shadow angles there, and the bonsai is a good natural example


  14. All wonderful examples PP – though I think you’ll find the first image should be GAOL not GOAL – but actually the one I like the most because I love shadows like this. Your tree angles proves to me that there CAN be curved angles 😉

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  15. wow. you are a ridiculously talented photographer pauline. ❤ ❤ ❤

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