Tuesday, 11 October 2011

TRIANGLES

Carmi's Challenge this week is TRIANGLES. Go over there and see his fantastic picture of a roof!




My first offering is the growing tip of a young monkey puzzle tree, in black and white, for a change. We bought it in a small pot, and luckily it is growing very slowly, as they do, apparently, as I really do not want a large Monkey Puzzle Tree in my garden!




The cranes at Zeebrugge, one of the biggest container ports in Europe, made an interesting pattern.




And lastly - I can do roofs too! These are at Tromso, in Norway,. Way, way above the Arctic Circle, it is a lovely town, with interesting museums and friendly people. They do good coffee, too! I would love to go back there.

10 comments:

Sara said...

Great triangles. I especially like all the triangles in the plant!

A Paperback Writer Photos said...

I love the rooftops!

Bob Scotney said...

Noone would be puzzled by triangles in the monkey puzzle tree. And hey I've been to Tromso too but with no camera unfortunately.

Titanium said...

The monkey puzzle tree is so precise in its clean, sharp lines and perfect triangles. The rooftops are beautifully pitched- I bet the snow doesn't linger for long on those angles.

Limar said...

Very nice triangles, love the plant :)

Aeria said...

Oh gorgeous photos! I just love the monkey puzzle tree tip- a beautiful mandala offering from nature! Lovely triangles!

Max said...

That's one set of huge cranes! Love the picture, and the rooftops look pretty cool too.

Alexia said...

Wonderful set of shots - I love the rooftops!

Barb said...

All are gorgeous photos! Rooftops are always so intriguing and make really interesting photos.

Carmi said...

I love how you've reflected both nature's and humankind's ability to reflect triangular shapes. I love your choices for this theme: All unforgettable!