Out of This World

Abstract or alien? | Anita
Textures and patterns in everyday objects can seem extraordinary and out of this world when one pays a little attention to them.

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Themed Variations

Cane Stool | Anita
Making an appearance once again — the beauty in the weaving that makes up a cane stool. Made from numerous repeats of the same weaving motion, but with each weave being unique — variations on the same theme. 

Corners

Lines
It’s clever how this pattern looks like it’s made of a whole lot of intersecting squares whose corners form eight-pointed stars, but there are really no squares at all here.

At the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, Spain.

Perspective

Cane Stool
What a difference a change in perspective can make!

An upside-down, color version of the monochrome I posted a while back.

For Jennifer Nichole Wells’ Color Your World Challenge: Spring Green.

Resilient

Water and Sand
Gently lapping water — despite seeming benign and being constantly pushed back by the land, it endures and keeps pushing back until entire coastlines are eroded away….

Directions

Directions
To have a direction for the things we love to do — maybe continue onward in a familiar direction and finding new knowledge, maybe turn in an unknown direction and finding new adventure. To new horizons..

This picture is a processed layering of two pattern papers from my sister’s collection.