This week’s Lens Artist Challenge hosted by Ann-Christine is curves.
Looking through the archives, I found that I wasn’t at all thrown for a loop.
So allow me to throw a few curves.
A bend in the road always adds some drama to a photo. The viewer is left to put the imagination to work. Where or to what does that curve in the road lead to?
At this curve in the road in Shipshewana, Indiana, the old (an Amish carriage) is followed by the new.
In the mountains of Montana a dirt road curves into the distance. To where?
Rivers carve curves in the land.
Curves are visible everywhere in manmade structures.
Barn roofs curve up.
And barn roofs curve down.
Curves and arches are everywhere at the Golden Gate Bridge. Below, the curving undercarriage of the bridge is visible through the arc of a gun port at old Fort Point beneath the bridge.
In the end, nature has the last word. Below, a tree branch curves and winds around the wire in an old deer fence.
To see Ann-Christine’s take on curves please follow the link and visit her site, Leya. From there, you can link to the sites of other lens artists.