weekly photo challenge : from lines to patterns

This week’s photo challenge invites us to look at lines and patterns in the world around us, in nature and things man-made. Sometimes we don’t realize they’re there, sometimes we do. Personally, I see these design elements everywhere, and I think things look more interesting because of it. I decided to use photos from last week’s travels to Vancouver and Squamish, British Columbia. I took the first photo from the bus and was then overloaded with lush greenery during a lovely walk in the forest. Even walking past the airport washroom entrance I was attracted to the colorful, linear tile design.downtown Vancouver buildingmoss covered trees large tree stump with moss trees in the forest striped glass tile wall

16 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge : from lines to patterns

  1. Beautiful photos, and perfect for the theme!

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  2. A great assortment of lines!

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  3. Such scale in these Terri ! I feel like I’m craning my neck sat here 🙂
    Love your contrast with nature and architecture.

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  4. Terri, you do take great photos, but you also have a great eye for detail.

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    1. Thanks, V – appreciate that. I really love having such a great camera in my phone – makes it even easier to catch fun photos.

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  5. Great photos! What can I say…I like them ALL!

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    1. Thanks. Like your photos too – especially the Embassy Suites. Thanks for sharing as I can’t imagine why I’d ever be in Atlanta, but you never know…

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      1. You never know…it’s a pretty cool place! Lots to see and do! 🙂

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  6. Love the coloured tiles.

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    1. Sometimes I feel like a bit of a magpie – attracted to shiny and colorful things!

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  7. Lovely set of images. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Gorgeous photo essay on design principles!

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  9. Especially noticing the lines and patterns–I think I’ll give that a try. Thanks.

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