For this week’s challenge, I decided to stay close to home. Following on from the earlier weekly photo challenge, here is another aspect of my neighbourhood. We live in a recently developed area (a little bit over 10 years in the oldest parts) and there has been a lot of work on the footpaths and bike-lanes.
Woodgrain contrasting with the granite slabs
Ten winters, ten summer will do this to a chair
A little old, a little new
Early morning calm isn’t so calm when you get close.
The lines go in every direction, the patterns follow suit…
Autumn is here and it’s time for the terrace to close…
Everything cut just right, everything in it’s place
My favourite combination, bricks, granite and rocks
The illusion of falling…
So much work to make everything just right
More mixing it up on the dance-floor… sorry footpath!
The leaves stuck here make their own pattern
The rubber mat just inside the front door…
For some lines and patterns that I found in an art gallery earlier this year, check out Heather’s Helsinki post here. For images from around the world, head to the challenge post here and check the comments!