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

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

  1. Beautiful photos, and perfect for the theme!

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  2. Tammy says:

    A great assortment of lines!

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  3. poppytump says:

    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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  5. Becky says:

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

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  6. out10about says:

    Love the coloured tiles.

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  7. mithriluna says:

    Lovely set of images. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Lesley says:

    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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