Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns

This week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is patterns. The concept of patterns appeals to me at so many levels. In photography I see patterns everywhere. It is always a soothing reminder that life is a never-ending pattern of energy weaving in and out of everything we see. And the other pattern I think of all the time is our human behaviour, which is also bound by the physics of nature’s patterns.

Patterns that Bark Up the Right Tree

Barking up the right tree DSCF6097

Patterns from Above

Above the cloudsMountain patterns

Patterns of Structure

Man made patternsTall doors

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9 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns

  1. Do the Swedes queue? That’s patterned behaviour. So many ways you can interpret the word pattern. My current adopted pattern is to avoid doing my paperwork by wearing a well-worn groove from bed to computer to kitchen to computer, ha ha!

    • No, they are unfair queuers…they are more American than British or Canadian. My pattern today is wondering why every time my period is about to start I think it is okay to wash darks with whites? I have never been right.

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