As I was waiting in an office one day I looked up and saw a vent in the ceiling. I thought there was an image there somewhere. I walked around looking up and there it was, point after point overlapping. Take the camera out. Try this way and that and there it is, the image I saw before I held my camera.
Patterns are everywhere. Finding them is a matter of looking and taking the time to create the image. This is a rusted storm grate I came across. I got some strange looks as I stopped and created this image. I was okay with that as I could see the beauty of the this image before I click the shutter.
An interesting building I found in an area a drive by all the time. The front of this building has a wall of windows. It would make an interesting store or cafe. For now it is used for storage.
This is where I created yesterdays abstract detail image using the texture of the overhead door. I also liked the whole building so I created this image. I like all the squares and rectangles against the brick. It is the alley side of the building not many people see but I still find interesting.
AN abstract detail image is a favorite of mine weather created by myself or someone else. It is a thinking image. It makes the viewer wonder what they are looking at but it is also interesting and pleasing to the eye because of the patterns or details. Tomorrow I will post an image that shows where this detail image was created from.
Another Child walks by and the snow leopard’s eyes follow along. Sitting quietly almost invisible in plane site. I was watching and I was not sure if he was interested in them or hungry. He just stayed in this spot and watched as people moved by. A beautiful animal that I only want to see this close when they are in an enclosure.
Small town Alberta on a quiet saturday morning. The streets are slowly waking. No one is in a rush. This is a day to enjoy at the pace or the rising sun. People cross the street where they like. Crosswalks are for city folk. The beep of the car as the doors lock tells everyone you are not from here as none of the local lock their doors in this small town.