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05-26-2017, 04:14 AM   #1111
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one again, patterns and texture found on the back of a Canada Goose

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One of those discoveries doing PP - cropping will give me a different interesting image. Why didn't I see it at the time and switch to a longer lens?
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I like this one.
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Wonder how many of us have trod a porch, boardwalk or deck with lumber fitted in this pattern.
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hmm, I looked at that photo and thought siding on a building very nice

how many textures, patterns, shapes etc. do you see in this one?

is the Silverback looking out or are we looking in or is it both - this overlooks a ramp leading into or out of the Gorilla exhibit at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha Nebraska -

http://www.omahazoo.com/Post/sections/42/Files/Hubbard%20Gorilla%20Valley.pdf


I see the shadows, the pattern in the window frames, in the concrete, in the ceiling, the various shapes and textures of the fur and the concrete, and even more
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As you can deduce from the structure, this pattern continued for quite a distance. If the uprights are ranked tallest to shortest = 1, 2, 3, then they seem to more or less follow a pattern left to right of 1-2-3...2-3...1-2-3...2-3 etc., but at a quick glance it looks more random.
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QuoteOriginally posted by sealonsf Quote
Let me guess the story here: Once upon a time two drunks and a blind man set out to build a house using instructions written in Sanskrit.
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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
Let me guess the story here: Once upon a time two drunks and a blind man set out to build a house using instructions written in Sanskrit.

Looks like when I tried to build a geodesic dome.
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Tokyo's texture.

This is a heavy cropped version (about 1/5 from the full size) of an image taken by K3 + FA50 f2.8 macro.


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