This weeks photo challenge deals with the lines and patterns, such as the kind that you might find in your environment. This marriage of line and pattern is most evident in architectural structures, so I’m presenting some of my faves here from previous trips to Granada, Spain…
…of course I love my doors, and my narrow alleys…
This one will definitely be turned into a painting!
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24 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge – From lines to patterns”
Wow, wonderful … and very romantic … excellent entry – my pick of this first photo .. love the light in it … a little pink, beautiful. Brilliant job.
Thank you Viveka! [lots of smiles]
Granada is rich with architectural gems. Beautiful lines and patterns. Spain is one of my bucket wish list to see one day. Crossing my fingers.
Ah well then I sincerely hope you get the chance to visit some time, I have a feeling you will fall in love many of the places you can find there. Spain is so diverse depending on which region you are in.
That last one definitely deserves painting, Ishaiya. I’d give it a home on my wall 🙂
That’s really lovely of you to say. I have to say the last one is one of my all time favourite photos, and when I get the chance I will most certainly turn it into a painting. Another thing to add to my to-do-list!! 🙂
Thank you for stopping by Restlessjo..
Enjoy your week!
Great photographs. Really great. Thanks for sharing…
Hey T! Thank you for the compliment 🙂 I hope all is well with you, sadly I’ve not been around very much lately on WP so I’m not catching up with everybody as much as I would like to. My studies are in full swing again, so time is limited 😦 I’m missing blogging and posting as and when I can, although I am enjoying my course.
How is going with the screenplay? Did you manage to have a successful break and get some breathing space? Are you still dating… how is that going?
Ah yes. School!!!!! That is right!!!! My, get on when you can/have the energy LEFT. Lol. Glad you are enjoying the course. You know, life is ebb and flow. Sometimes certain things get more energy than others, and there are times when we must shift the energies.
I won’t be on here at all, once certain stages of production swing into gear. Right now I am attaching people and negotiating legal stuff. The screenplay is done. Cleaned. Now I am reading through a prior one, I had paused on (needed to breathe – forced end on it). Still dating, but the person that is showing the most promise happens to be an old friend actually.
It’s hard to date in America as a black woman, add in any level of smarts, goals, self esteem and spirituality you can up the difficulty factor by 25%. You know the lovely media laces us as fun time girl not made for anything serious, contrary to the reality.
So dating is wasteful for me. I spend alot of time stopping people assumptions, which really isn’t much fun past the first date? It’s more exhausting. So I’m going to watch this other relationship that lost it’s wings prematurely. I like how it’s feeling as opposed to good time boys… *You know I’m older, I’m not looking for casual romps.* 0_o
Such pretty photos. I love the colour contrast.
Thank you 🙂 I thought I would have a little play with the colours and contrasts as the originals were not as vivid. I’m glad you like them…
The first photo; I like the others, but the first really zings~!
(Zings my zong? Oops …)
It’s funny the first photo was my least favourite, I personally like the last. But I have found this a lot throughout my artistic life that what appeals to you may not to others and vice-versa, whether it’s a song I’ve written, or a painting, a photograph, or anything else I’ve created. So I share it all despite my own hypercritical evaluations of my work.
I’m glad it zang to you…
Stunning! I love the first image especially. Oh, okay, and the image of the closed door, too. Why are doors so interesting?
I know right? I have an abundance of door photos dating back years. It’s kind of my thing whenever I travel, I take pictures of doors. I like the fantasy of a closed door, or perhaps the promise of a good yarn to be told 🙂
What a stunning selection Ish. It’s so beautiful there! I would really love to visit Spain one day. Thanks for sharing these gorgeous shots. 😀 *big hugs*
You should if you ever get the chance, I think you would like Spain. Thank you for your wonderful comments.
Big hugs back 🙂
I think so too and you’re very welcome hon. 😀 ♥