This week we begin a month-long study of patterns and contrasts. Patterns are defined loosely here as similar elements that are repeated numerous times. Patterns are all around us, but we may not notice them at a casual glance. Our goal this week is to train our eyes to spot patterns in the environment and incorporate them into our frame. The patterns may be geometric or non-geometric; each may impart a different effect in our photographs. I owe this shot to my husband, who spotted these peaceful piles of firewood along the side of the road and made an illegal U-turn so that I could photograph them.
Come see the other patterns discovered this week on our collaborative post.