Photo Challenge: Geometry

More geometry

Do you see my water mark, Leanne?  Just call me a copy cat.  I love the way it came out.

Geometry

I was impressed not only with the deep troughs, but lines that I assume the tires made. tires.  When I was an elementary student, I remember learning how to draw perspective, and this is a perfect example of this.

Share your interpretation of geometry by posting a picture for the The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry. Be sure to add postaday to your tag line so that your photo will be easy for others to see.

Several of my blogging friends have posted some wonderful examples of geometry as well.  Here are three that I particularly liked:

Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry (2)

Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

29 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Geometry”

    1. I use Photoshop, but most photo editing programs have it. On the left side is a toolbar. You use the “T” tool to write text. After I write it, I click on the arrow to resize and move it. Then on the right side I click “opacity” and change it from 100% to about 50%. Does that help?

      Like

      1. I actually do a lot of editing on IPhoto. Simple stuff like cropping, brightening, adjusting the exposure, etc. and it has been sufficient. I use Photobucket for resizing and posting after I have edited the stuff with IPhoto.

        Like

      2. I always try to do more than a program is capable of doing, then I get frustrated. I still haven’t figured out all that I CAN do with IPhoto. This is a new computer for me, my first Mac, AND I’m new to Photoshop, too. So I’ve taken 2 Photoshop classes, and now I’m an expert!!! hahahaha

        Like

      3. I don’t know that Photoshop is better, it just does different things. And again, I’m NOT the expert here! I’ve been retired 2 months, and taken 2 classes, so I’m just learning the ropes!!!

        Like

  1. “Do you see my water mark, Leanne? Just call me a copy cat.” Pathetic, I know, but I was floored with laughter at this, and that watermark is SO redolent of our lovely Leanne’s! I just grin away at your playfulness. Wonderful images, it is so grand to watch your photographic evolution unfold. Groove,

    old autumn jade

    Like

    1. It’s no wonder that I love your comments – and love YOU, of course. Your comments leave me with a briny laughter bubbling inside of me like the tiny white bubbles left popping with glee on the sand long after the wave churns back to the grand source of oceanic joy to pick up yet another frothy batch of jocundity for your next comment.

      Like

      1. Oh my WHAT words!! I absolutely ADORE you!! Such language is like offering a lovely little fish to a wee sharkie- I am wild. How WELL you speak BRINE! I am so elated I could just fall in the ocean right now. I SO look forward to your comments. They are SUCH a thrill!!! Thank you for this, I must read it again! MOST gruntling!!

        Like

      2. I hate when my comment box rolls out of sight taking my unsaved words with it. Yet, like the ocean, the box knows no mercy. It does only as reply boxes do. So do not fear, you don’t need to re read this little box, look at your own post and see how you captured my words on camera even before I could get them out of the keyboard.

        Like

  2. I want to to thank you for this fantastic read!! I certainly enjoyed every bit of it. I have got you book marked to check out new things you post…

    Like

Your babbling is music to my ears. Please leave a comment!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s