Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Paths of Veins

An intriguing part of looking at plants is following the paths of veins, those carriers of nourishment to the far reaches of the leaf.  The Bird of Paradise has a long, straight, prominent red vein, right down the center.  In … Continue reading

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Colors of Pottery

Ron Mayhew, my Florida photography mentor, and I went to a nearby pottery farm where pots are so plentiful it appears they grow right out of the ground.  Tall pots, squat pots, pigment lush pots, painted pots…all gather in rows … Continue reading

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The direction of lines

Nature’s lines seem to know where they are going.  Human made lines must be told.

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Lines in nature

Lines in nature

irregular, interesting

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Lines human made

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Lines

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Lines…..in nature and otherwise

I have begun thinking about lines as they result from human activity- often hard, straight, regular, angular…and lines as they occur in nature- often curved, irregular, flowing.  Of course both types of lines can be found in natural and human … Continue reading

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