Ann-Christine thought we would find more examples of curves: funny, beautiful, unusual – roads, paths, art, architecture, animals, plants – anything that interests you. Because, curves are everywhere around us. And she is correct.
Nature presents many opportunities to see curves. One of my favorite curves is the “S” curve.
Enjoying the coastline curves at Laguna Beach, the rocky coast of Northern California or on the Island of Kauai
Keep looking for curves. It makes for amazing photography. Curves make the world go round.
This week the Amy challenges us to share the beauty of gardens. I felt drawn to the peace I find while walking through our local gardens. I enjoy looking for the details I find, and thought this would be the perfect time to bring out my macro lens. This is problematic when the forcast for the weekend shows up with the wind icon. So I look back on my library of images.
McKinley Park Rose Garden sure puts on a colorful show.
The Getty Center in Los Angeles is absolutely amazing. The garden as an art form. These images are just a tiny piece of what you can experience. CoVid 19 has closed this from the public, but it looks like there will be a reopening soon.
In this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #141: Geometry Patti invites me to share images that feature geometric shapes. I am having so much fun looking through my library of images, and trying to remember the correct geometry names.
I photograph hearts in nature! I see hearts everywhere. Do you?
Hearts decorate our lives.
Circles around me in Bodie California.
Curves are interesting to follow.
Yosemite National Park and Mirror Lake provided me with this image.
I enjoyed looking through my archive to find some geometry terms. I hope that when you are out and about you look a little bit deeper and see some shapes also.