BLACK & WHITE GEOMETRIC PHOTOGRAPHY – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Geometry!

Geometric? I was okay at geometry, but when it morphed into trigonometry, I got lost. I had no idea what it was about. What were those numbers for?

Until I read a few books about sailing. I discovered it was a way of calculating the distance on water, taking into consideration the curve of the earth (take THAT you flat-earth people).

Rectangular!
Triangular? Sort of?
Photo: Garry Armstrong – Triangular!
The Circle!
Semi-circular and rectangles

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

14 thoughts on “BLACK & WHITE GEOMETRIC PHOTOGRAPHY – Marilyn Armstrong”

      1. I remember it had to do with something with the 90°angle. For example if there was a wall and it threw a shadow you could work out all the angles from the wall to where the shadow hit the ground and lengths of the triangular shape that was created. Although not a very good explanation, but something in that direction I think.

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  1. Geometry is the only class I ever fell asleep in. I don’t mean just blanked out, lost in a daydream kind of thing… but actually fell asleep in. Despite keeping a strange sleep schedule during my high school years that left me like a zombie, I managed to stay awake during classes… but apparently geometry did me in.

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