Attuned Photography
outdoor roof
Shape and line in photography
Communicating energy - 
of strength and peace, 
of power and silence,
lines and shapes create atmosphere 
and give a diverse tone to photographs.
Dynamic diagonal lines
Shapes -Windows and frames
Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns 
in order to look at things in a different way.
Edward De Bono
Natural rustic nature
“To me, photography is an art of observation. 
It’s about finding something interesting 
in an ordinary place… 
I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see
and everything to do with the way you see them.”
Elliott Erwitt



One may or may not follow the rules.

Boats and Bridges
As time remains free of all that it frames…
Seattle tower-Space Needle


8 Replies to “Lines and shapes in photography”

  1. Lines and shapes – I have to learn those from my drawing class. Thank you for liking my newest post. I like to take photos. I took those pictures on my “No Coincidence” post. I have taken a photography class, I think I may do that.

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  2. I came back to see these photos. My daughter took photography for two semesters and she took a lot of lines and shapes photos. I have one hanging on my wall. I lived in Portland and also lived in Seattle for one year, went up to the top os space needle. The photos you took for fence, I think that was where my daughter and her husband-to-be had the engagement pictures taken. I went to the Lewis and Clark National Park and went into that log cabin. Wow, I seem to have been in a lot of your photos. 🙂

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    1. @theshowerofblessing Nice to see you back to view these photos. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and great memories. There are some beautiful places in Oregon and Washington to visit. I sometimes take random photos. The photos of fence are taken on our way to a trip when we stopped by near a gas station. Fences are common. Amazing, its a small world! Thank you for connecting.

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