I decided to do this little thing, as good practice for putting images into my WordPress blog. Still rather intimidated, but I’m beginning to experiment with the New Editor and Blocks. If you click on the first photo a slideshow will appear. My captions on the individual photo aren’t included in the slideshow. Anybody know why?
Here are some examples of geometric lines and shapes in photos. .. my submission for Cee’s Photo Challenge.
The jolly gargoyle in the corner of the porch provides some curves and shapes in his body and eye. The right-angle lines of the siding form interesting shadows and the triangular lines guide the eye. The cross texture of the flooring also contributes to the geometric pattern variety.
The camera angle gives a triangular shape to the tulip, which actually has six petals. I like the way the yellow pollen dusts the inside. There are two other versions of this photo, which I include for reasons I’ll mention as I get to them.
I like the way this metal star looks against the siding of the house, and the way the sun reflects. The multiple triangles is another thing I like about this picture.
This shot of the center of the star, reminds me of a pinwheel, and the places where the paint is wearing off at the joint surfaces is also interesting…plus the lighting, which adds additional geometric interest.
I always love the way this scene reflects, with the various angles and wavy reflections interact with the front door. My arm with the camera and obscure rest of me may add to the picture. It is pretty busy, but I like the contrasting images that are going on in this photo.
Speaking of “busy,” this photo would better describe my intent of showing off the railings and contrast of the house siding without the distraction of last year’s foliage remnants. Again, reflections and shadows contribute.
This picture of the front steps, lattice, brick footings, and dissecting angles is one of my favorites…and I even like the maple-tree-flower debris, which I think contributes to the over-all appeal of the lines in this photo.
This picture of the political sign with the whirlpool, and the rain glistening on the boards of the deck works well…not very pretty, but I also think the pattern in the plywood, and assorted railings and “accessories” is interesting. Upon looking at it now, I see that I could crop the container in the left hand edge of the photo…it would add to the aesthetics I think, such as they are.
Here’s the little parrot tulip again, I like the cross twigs forming a triangle frame for the flower.
Here is something different. I like the angle formed from the top of Jeri’s head diagonally forming a line with Scott’s. The angle of the guitar with her strumming stance of her hands, and the connection of the wood of the china cabinet, with the wire door windows… I also find pleasing. There are possibilities for cropping here, the picture on the wall and left edge of the cabinet detract from any harmony.
Below, the little tulip is almost the same as in the former photo, framed by the sticks. The lighting seems brighter here.
The photo below is slightly different, I like the angle of position between their heads, and the interaction to the music. I love my orange wall!
This photo obviously is closer, and has interesting lighting on the leaves and the tulip…also the triangular angles are sharper and even the grass seems to be playing along with the image.
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