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Again, I apologize for missing last week, I don't even want to say it but we've had more computer trouble! I'm so ready to chuck this baby! If only the wallet would allow for that.
This week's challenge is to find a shape - any geometric shape that's presented to you in an interesting fashion! Cubes, spheres, cones, pyramids, cylindars...
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Here are my spheres! Oh how I can't wait for SPRING!
SCS Gallery Moderator Tickle a Teapotter Coordinator
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Dublin, Ireland
I found it hard to be sure what was meant by presented in an interesting fashion.
Anyway, here goes with my top 3 picks from various pictures I took through the week.
Moorhen in a fender on a longboat - circle, and with the reflection, a figure of eight. It's obviously a favourite perch, we saw another one there this afternoon, but there was more wind and the reflections weren't so good.
Chimney pots on a house across from the stop in town where I get the bus home - cylinders.
Light in windows in a disused building in work. I'm calling this triangles, because it totally reminded me of the icon on the exposure compensation button on the camera, with black and white triangles and + and - signs .