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Repeating Patterns

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This will be another first, as I attempt to link up to Kat Sloma’s Exploring With a Camera. The current challenge is to find repeating patterns to photograph. At first, I couldn’t think of anything.

Then I started seeing them everywhere I looked.

I found them in architecture.

I found them in nature.

I even found them in shop windows.

Somebody, please stop me!

I know…I’ll go walk on the beach and think about something else….

6 thoughts on “Repeating Patterns

  1. Cool! I especially liked the framing under the metal roof, the ferns over the stone and the last picture with the interesting sand pattern with the footprint.

  2. Oooh, very nice. I love the beady and bubbly bits best. Beautiful.

    Hey, how about some lovely pills in a bottle? Now there’s a nice repeating pattern you might want to look into if this gets out of hand.

    Just take one…then repeat…

    Also get some Ritalin for that guy above please. I hear he needs more. 😛

  3. LOL! I love this post! They are everywhere, and you captured so many great ones in both our man-made and natural world. Even the non-regular pattern in the beach, awesome! Thanks so much for linking in to Exploring with a Camera. I’m so happy to have you joining in!

  4. You have me obsessed with repeating patterns now! Yesterday driving the length of the beach penninsula, that I drive every day, I kept yelling REPEATING PATTERN! REPEATING PATTERN! There were so many that I’d never seen.. now I have a mission: BIRDS ON A WIRE. REPEATING PATTERN!

  5. I know! I loved this prompt. It really opened a whole new world of beauty/interest to me. So many to find! You’ve captured some great ones and you have some really beautiful buildings near you. I love the beams and all those windows!

  6. I love what you’ve done with the patterns theme! Some of your photos are making me so homesick for New England though! I guess you take the girl out of NE but not NE out of the girl. I love where I love now but miss the architecture of NE and the brilliant tang of the Atlantic – so much more pungent to my senses than the Pacific is!

    I didn’t realize that I could play along with the prompts – so now I will!
    Happy weekend

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