Day Six: SF Ferry and Fountains

Bridge Complexity:  This is the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge has vertical parallel lines going from shortest to tallest to create a curved structure. This photo was taken from the ferry, which created a big line pattern in the water. 

Simple Squares: These are big squares in a water fountain. These squares are all the same size and are aligned together perfectly.

Palm Tree Complexity:    This is the trunk of a palm tree. There are horizontal lines that go all around the tree trunk. There’s also little cracks in the trunk of different lengths and depths. The pattern is very complex and random.

Pigeon Flight in Fountain:   This is a pigeon flying around in this fountain. The water is falling right behind the bird. I like the contrast between the pigeon and the whiteness of the water. The water drops come together and separate at times when they fall out of the fountain.


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    phaniy said,

    i like this pictures you took them in a good perspective and are nice.

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    Mr. Thomas said,

    Wow! Those are some great shots. I don’t know what it is but I often find myself taking pictures looking up at trees. Maybe I find it a little refreshing to not always be looking down at something:-) That shot of the pigeon is great. My kids love to play in that fountain, but it is interesting that you get a whole new perspective on things when you throw a bird into the mix. Great work. Keep it up!


    Mr. Thomas

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    adarob said,

    You have a great eye for finding pictures that no one else sees. Simple Squares is framed really well and in a unique way that others probably wouldn’t even think of. Your descriptions show great insight. Keep it up!

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