Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns, Take Two

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is From Lines to Patterns.

In response to this challenge, I’ve already posted some of the urban lines and patterns of NYC. Here are three photos of more natural lines and patterns. I’ve selected these three because they show, it seems to me, not merely lines and patterns, but how the lines become a pattern…

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64 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns, Take Two

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  2. Fantastic!.. And funny: I’ve been a little bit distracted as your picture appeared on my screen, so i’ve first wondered what a strange purple menorah before I notice it is red cabbage. *facepalm* :)

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  3. The cabbage and fence are so very cool. I like the wood too!

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  4. These are great! Love the purple colour in the cabbage! :)

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  6. All excellent but I especially like the cabbage interior.

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  7. The images are awesome! I like the fence in the snow the most.

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  10. The last one is intriguing: I can wonder if there’s a painting on a wood plate or are they some layers?

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  11. Brilliant post for line, pattern, and now rhythm, especially the cabbage and the knotted branch.

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  13. Great representation of the challenge! Well done, Vlad!

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  14. vastlycurious.com

    These are just so creative ! Once you start thinking about it , more LIFE emerges!

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  15. Nature and Artist (photographer) creating a beautiful work of Art.

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  17. brilliant choices Vlad … love photos that show a new perspective on common things :)

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  19. The cabbage is wonderful!

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  20. Enjoying your and Johna’s creative energy has become a very comfortable escape when I am spending time in front of a screen instead of ” just doing it”. A sincere thanks for all the work it takes to share it here. You two must be time management geniuses! Not to mention the obvious.

    Thanks,
    George

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  22. Excellent choice!
    luminous regards!
    hek

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  25. fantastic photographs and interesting!

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  28. Nice shots. The wire fencing and shadows makes a lovely pattern. I really like the aged wood.

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  29. Very cool photos! What a creative way to show lines!

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  30. I love those :)
    And one big thank you. You know why :)

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