Thanks, Doreen, for the great interpretation of today’s topic. I particularly like these two sentences: “Patterns, both natural and man-made, bring a sense of visual rhythm and harmony to photographs that, like a series of repeating notes in a melody, capture the imagination.” and “Patterns appear whenever strong graphic elements—lines, colors, shapes, or forms—repeat themselves. "
As you know, I’m a rural person so most of the patterns I see in my day to day life are seen in a rural setting. I see standard patterns and varied patterns.
There’s no such thing as a standard cow shed although a lot of them follow a similar pattern
Simple patterns are all around me:
Each flower has its own pattern but I loved what I saw when I superimposed roses over orchids. (Way out pattern!)
Although its hard to beat the simple beauty of a single species:
Of course, all patterns we see are from our own perspective, call it one eyed if you like:
Thanks to Gordon for the topic. To see lots of imaginative patterns, just pop over here.