Tuesday, 21 February 2012

CURVES



Carmi's Challenge this week is CURVES.

Snails have beautiful curves - something about Fibonacci curves, I think - and this one is no exception. Not as fast as Carmi's bicycle (follow link above to see what I am talking about) but moving and alive, all the same!




These Horse Chestnuts hold within them an unbelievable potential for growth. And they are a gorgeous colour too!




More potential in these plants, but I loved the repetition of the labels.




Its the way the snow falls that makes the picture!




And lastly, the lovely bright terracotta curves of these saucers for standing plants in.

6 comments:

Max Sartin said...

Really like that snow one, you're right, the way it fell made the picture, glad you captured it!

Lisa Shafer said...

Wonderful shots!

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Excellent!... I, especially love the one where the snow circles that urn.

Alexia said...

Stunning selections of shots - you are a talented photographer!
Don't like the snail, though. We have had a plague of them this summer, and if you walk outside at night you find yourself crunching...
:)

Karen S. said...

Oh totally enjoyed all of these...I love the thought process that you come up with on themes....maybe a random word, but you put some awesome ideas out there to bring the theme out! Cool photos!

Bob Scotney said...

Delightful collection of curved pictures. I wish they didn't remind me that winter's almost over (I hope) and soon there will be a lot of gardening to do.