Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern, Take Two

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is Pattern.

We’ve already posted one selection of patterns. Those were urban patterns… and here are a few natural ones.

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84 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern, Take Two

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  2. they are all great! i thought i liked the cabbage… until i saw the shell… until i saw the palm!

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  3. These are all great. Red (or purple) cabbage is a favorite (to eat). The water(?) pattern waves are my fave. I think…:)

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  4. curlytressfifi

    Never thought I’d call cabbage beautiful!

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  5. Such cool patterns you found. I love the cabbage!

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  6. well use of patter, I though everyone was going to use tiles, good pictures love the texture in them

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  9. These are all amazing Vlad!

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  10. Interesting take on the challenge.

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  11. Remarkable choice and great photos, Vladimir.
    All the best
    Hanna

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  13. Beautiful Vladimir!!!!

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  14. Great photos. There are really patterns everywhere in life, aren’t there? I love the cabbage, the swirls in the water, and the palm leaf. :-)

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  15. vastlycurious.com

    Just wonderfully vibrant and organic Vlad. My favorites pattern post! ♛♛♛

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  16. This is truly ingenious…. beautiful!!!

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  18. fantastic patterns, they are all amazing as madhu says!!!

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  20. Very cool, very creative!!

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  22. These are interesting shots. Never think of seeing patterns in these things – especially when I am cutting cabbage :)

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  24. I love these!

    janet

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  25. Great he shootin’. Even elevating the humble cabbage.

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  28. Awesome! That red cabbage tickled me. ;-)

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  29. Wonderful Vladimir

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  30. All of them are very beautiful! Nature is always so amazing :)

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  31. Love the red cabbage. What’s the second one?..

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  33. What an eye you have for finding beautiful images in the ordinary!

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  34. Excellent photos with patterns! Thanks for liking my pattern! Sally

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  35. Such a beautiful collection, with wonderful contrasts and colours

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  36. Edward Weston . . . in color!

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  37. lifeofaministermom

    Great perspective on these! Thanks for sharing!

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  39. Love your interpretation of Pattern. Thanks for visiting my blog and for the Like.

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  41. I think the natural ones look better :)

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  42. Blown away by the cabbage —
    What a great idea!

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  43. Great pics! Gives one new ideas!

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