50mm – Straight Patterns of Water (bottles)

Yesterday I introduced this week’s series. Here’s post #2.

Straight Patterns of Water (bottles) - Love from Tassie
1/2000 sec at f2.8, ISO 400
Edited in Lightroom 3

Straight repeating patterns can be pleasing to the eye – almost like mathematical tessellations. This is easy to do when you have uniformly sized and shaped objects. But perhaps you can see this kind of pattern occurring somewhere else with water?

6 days remaining to submit your photos for the March 2012 Challenge: Water.

4 Comments on “50mm – Straight Patterns of Water (bottles)”

  1. these water bottles are way more interesting than the norm. im a fan of the red

  2. miltonjohns says:

    Thinking outside of the box picture. I was thinking water. I like this. Makes you think more.

    • Matt Korinek says:

      I figured most people would go with water in the more classic sense, but I am also interested to see if people came up with any novel ways of looking at the challenge as well!

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