Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Patterns

Ann Christine has asked us to show patterns, so here goes

Patterns in Nature:

patterns of a fern:

Folds in the rolling countryside form gentle patterns:

Patterns in the Crete Senesi, Tuscany

Varied patterns of lentil fields in Umbria

Patterns in fields and mountains near Casteluccio on the Piano Grande

…and patterns of Windows on the facade of a derelict building:

Broken Patterns

Linked to LensArtists Photo Challenge here

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37 comments

  1. The fern leaf is fabulous! Nice to see some bright colours on your site 🙂

    • Sue

      Teehee! I have been a bit Black & White recently!! Must rectify that from time to time….. But I do love monochrome…..and shadows…and silhouettes….. 🤔

  2. Wonderful variety sue! I too love the fern especially

  3. Amy

    Wow… Love this set of pattern images, Sue!

  4. All good, but the fern is a top shot.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. For someone like me who is constantly on the lookout for patterns this post is truly a visual delight, Sue!

  6. terrific patterns Sue – so very nicely shot –

  7. Love the landscape ones Sue xx

  8. Very nice collection, Sue!

  9. What a wonderful collection of patterns, Sue. I especially love the fern and the Casteluccio photo. 🙂

  10. Gorgeous series, Sue! The fern and …of course your broken house are my favorites! Did you link the entry on my page?

  11. Beautiful photos, Sue

  12. Great ones Sue. The fern was winning for me, until the windows came along!

  13. Great selection. Love that last one!

  14. I like the rolling folds in Tuscany, it’s so fresh and rich!

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