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11-03-2019, 08:18 AM - 3 Likes   #2386
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A two for one!

Spokes pattern, and weathered wood textures.



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How about some repetitions.

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More repetition


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Pattern on the road with K3 and DA10-17


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QuoteOriginally posted by jquill Quote
I think this meets the pattern, shape, and repetition criteria

What an odd looking structure, but it looks so familiar!
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Aw sheesh Mike! Now I'm hungry.

And I just had dinner.

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Two different patterns. The paver pattern I've seen several places before, so it's probably one that many mason have in their repertoire.
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What an odd looking structure, but it looks so familiar!
Mine was taken a low tide
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Almost all modern buildings offer a pattern that, depending on how you crop your image, can momentarily mask what you're seeing. I left the cab and works of the crane at the top so orientation would be quick and easy. The machine is either being assembled or disassembled, as it cannot function at its present height.
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A more detailed image of that roof I posted earlier
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Not the first time a giraffe has been posted here. scan = I was anticipating this thread back in the Film Era. I know - - the giraffe was resting under some of the chain-link fence on a sunny day, so only part of his skin got sun-burnt.
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View from under the bridge.

Indian River Inlet Bridge
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