Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns

The creators of the Daily Post have continued to issue photography challenges each Friday, and I have failed to participate. I’ve thought about it a few times, and almost did last week (or was it the week before?). This week’s challenge finally grabbed me, though I went a different direction than the inspiration: “Evan Zelermyer’s stunning urban, abstract, and architectural images.”

My version of lines to patterns (like I can claim this creature as mine – ha!):
walking stick-2

walking stick-3

walking stick

19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns

    • We’ve got a couple roaming around here. I have one hanging out on a screen outside my livingroom, and one on the screen of the kitchen window. Not sure why they’re there though…

  1. Love it! I so want to do this one…but I don’t know if I’ll have time before Friday. 😦 Have thought about it…but really haven’t done more than that. Love that you didn’t have to go to a city or focus on a building for this one. Now that I think about it…lines of cherry trees might have worked.

  2. Did you enjoy participating? Did you get some more *new* visitors? Patterns and lines in nature are so cool. My eyes are drawn to them, every time. You chose some fascinating pics!

    • I don’t even know about the visitors, Kathy. I’ve allowed myself the freedom not to care so much. I didn’t even post a link on their page to mine that tends to draw folks in. I just had my little walking bug, who must’ve been hanging on that screen simply for her (his?) worldwideweb debut 🙂

      • That is so good. Although I think you could attract more photography-minded buffs to your beautiful site if you did do the link. Shame on me for suggesting it.

        It’s funny, in the past year or longer since I haven’t been posting every day and have been sharing more what I want to share–my numbers have fallen by almost a third. I still love stats but could care less now. If I sign in and have 30 hits or 250 hits there isn’t an emotional reaction. It’s what it is.

        The peace that comes from this has been immense! It’s funny, I couldn’t MAKE it happen, though. Had to allow it to happen on its own time.

        Love that it’s cool to share this with you, Heather.

        • I love that it’s cool, too 🙂
          I would *like* if more photo-nerds visited, but ultimately I just don’t want to market, because it doesn’t feel fun. I just want to share what appeals to me to share. The stats are interesting, and I’m still surprised when the numbers spike or drop, but it’s just a momentary thing. And the peace that comes from not worrying and just doing my own thing is fantastic – as you know 🙂

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