Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: 2015 Week #9
This week’s pictures were originally illustrations for a different post. About tea, actually. Surprisingly, I just loved the way they came out … the clarity of the glass, the textures and tones. So, this week’s oddballs are about tea and a glass teapot.
All taken with an Olympus PEN PM-2, f1.8 45mm lens, without flash.
Glass. Clear and foggy, reflective and opaque. Everywhere you look and even where you don’t.
These are the pictures I took on a rainy fall day at home on the deck.
The lines in the road, the power lines running across and alongside the road … lines define the direction, the world. Stay within the line. Draw within the lines. Never ever go outside the line. This message is brought to you by Karma and Destiny, Attorneys at Law.
Lines form patterns. Lines connect everything to everything else.
Power lines form patterns across the houses and sky during the pale hours of dawn on Rockport Harbor, Massachusetts.
The glass and steel tower is all angles, lines and patterns. It rises above you giving you a 360 degree view of the area around you. Structure is everything. Light, lines, balance. An exercise in geometry.
Looming as a ghost above downtown Boston, an unreal photographer captures the moment. Real? Sort of I guess.
A self-portrait by accident … and some careful design. Nothing I shoot is entirely accidental.
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