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Day 278 of 365

I love all of the patterns in nature, but when you get down to a macro/abstract level, your imagination is your friend. In today’s photo I see:
(not neatly) stacked plates and bowls or an accident about to happen,
frisbees/flying discs,
gnarly teeth,
etcetera, etcetera, etcetera… (think Yul Brenner in the King and I)
What do you see?

Patterns in Nature
Patterns in Nature

Photo Info

  • Fujifilm XT-3
  • Lensbaby Velvet 56
  • Focal Length: 56mm
  • ISO: 160
  • Aperture: f/2
  • Shutter Speed: 1/1600
  • Exposure Compensation: +0.67EV

Post Processing Info

JPG was styled in Topaz Studio 2

278 days down, 87 to go!!


6 replies to “Day 278 of 365

  1. Well its obviously Lima beans. A little brat, lets call him Johnny, was expecting mac and cheese but got a plate full of beans. He called his parents Bourgeoisie peasants, quoted Émile Zola and threw the plate on the floor where it was photographed and posted to Instagram as fine art. Sometime the abstract can also be the absurd.

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  2. lovely! what do I see? reminds me of cloud viewing. I’m a sci fi and fantasy fan, so little pods of life growing. When they pop, little faeries will emerge like butterflies to flit in the garden.

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      1. that’s the thing about clouds (or anything at the macro level too). Oh and rorschach tests. People can see anything. I wonder if in the past when people grew up in small villages and had very similar lives to their grandparents and their grandparents before them, if back then, people saw much the same thing and if it’s modern culture with all our stimuli from so many different sources that create variety in responses – – or if people have always had varied responses to amorphous images?

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      2. I think there have always been varied responses to amorphous images, mostly because everyone has their own point of view, or reality, of any given situation. But then again without being able to go back in time and talk to those people, we can only make assumptions. Thanks for the great comment 🙂

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