Shapes that catch the eye

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  1. usayit

    usayit No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Sometimes shapes created by human hands or nature can really catch the eye. Please feel free to share your own... I'd like to see...

    #1 - Korean war era tank
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    #2 - Vintage Airplane engine taken at Smithsonian
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    #3 - Just a flower I saw on one of my walks. Glad I had my pocket sony U10 digital camera at the time.
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    Great photos I can't decide which is my favorite.
     
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    Nice work - most people don't see these types of images when they go to shoot. Good job and well framed.
     
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    Good job. Said shapes are the stuff great photos are made of.[​IMG]
     
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    Craig,

    Nice b&w photo of the old tires. Soft white snow in combination of the harsh dark rubber and the shapes are quite nice.

    Thanks for the comments.
     
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    No, thank you 8) Repeating forms or shapes help us realize that there is beauty in all things, people, etc. Round (chapes as I like to call them) may be particularly pleasing to the eye.
     

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