Shady squares

London, with its weave of high-rise horizon blockers forces us to look down instead, at the pavers, puddles or endless fascination of shadow patterns.

Pay attention to the intricate patterns of your existence that you take for granted.” ― Doug Dillon

Out and about with my camera in square format. A simple project I set myself was to walk down this shady street and take a spontaneous photo every step. The results are neither particularly sharp nor photogenic but my eye caught the patterns and that is all that mattered.

Joining Leya for the Lens Artists challenge: Patterns


11 Comments on “Shady squares

  1. Intriguing idea – and I love the way you make the squares combine in a pattern as well. Creative.


  2. Love that first one – the lines (which I only noticed at the 2nd look), the squared, and the circle encroaching into the square area.


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