Photo challenge: Patterns


I don’t normally make time for these sorts of things, though I often find they lead to other blogs with great content, especially photos.

But when else would I use some of these photos?

So, for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, a few quick patterns. See details for what you should post at Cee’s Photography.

Adobe

Adobe bricks in a house under construction, for Habitat for Humanity in Taos, New Mexico
Adobe bricks in a house under construction, for Habitat for Humanity in Taos, New Mexico.

Fractal mountain erosion, fractal clouds

Fractal erosion patterns in the mountains around San Francisco Bay, California.

Dead prickly pear cactus

Support structure of a prickly pear cactus, exposed by the death of the cactus section and weathering.

Windows on the Oquirrhs

West windows in the lobby of the Utah Museum of Natural History, campus of the University of Utah, Salt Lake City. Oquirrh Mountains on the west side of the valley visible through the windows.

I should probably post more of my photos just to make sure they get preserved somewhere. You should, too.

Tip of the old scrub brush to Deb Kroll at Unexpected in Common Hours.

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5 Responses to Photo challenge: Patterns

  1. Yes, you should post more of your photos! I don’t do Cee’s challenge but I enjoy seeing the posts of the ones that do. You had excellent choices! Well played!

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  2. Ed Darrell says:

    You are welcome. Thanks for posting great photos all the time.

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  3. Really nice photos! And thanks for the mention and the link to my blog!

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  4. Ed Darrell says:

    I thought it was a grand vista when we were there. But looking at these photos, I noticed how much it appears to be almost a mosaic of the western sky and Oquirrh Mountains over the Salt Lake Valley. It would be a grand place to do some long-gap time lapse photos, showing the changing skies and seasons over the valley, blue cloudless skies, brown hazes from pollution, setting suns and stormy skies.

    Hmmm. I wonder whether the Utah MNH could be persuaded to do a live cam of the view from the window . . .

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  5. Cee Neuner says:

    Wonderful photos for patterns. I like the window the best :D

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