(From top clockwise: (1)Tacloban City Stadium in Leyte, (2), Calle Crisologo, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur , (3) Bantay Church, Vigan City, and (4) Tabaco Monopoly Park, Laoag City.
Lines and patterns in random places and structures…in a stadium, in a street, in a park and a church. They are everywhere…sometimes we are just to busy to notice. But when we do, they evoke a certain kind of seething amazement.
This post is my entry to Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge with the theme “Lines to Patterns”.
17 thoughts on “From Lines to Patterns”
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Well hello there expert photographer. I would say I love the Vigan because I’ve been there. But I love the bottom left much more.
Many people love Vigan for its history and visual appeal. But t he I love the non predictability that Laoag has to offer. 🙂
I’ll be sharing these stunning shots with my 6-yr-old as enrichment for this wk’s art lesson on vantage point.
Wow! Thank you! I look forward to seeing to your little one’s work. 🙂
Thanks you! 🙂 Much appreciated. 🙂
Nice shots, Melissa! I like the calle most.
Thanks for dropping by! Calle Crisologo is indeed such a unique place in the Philippines. 🙂
A great interpretation!
Thanks you! 🙂
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Top right image is my favorite! Well done.
calle is popular! 🙂 Thanks! 🙂
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Look UP, Look Down, Look Down, Look Up 🙂
Haha.. oo nga! :)) I just noticed. 🙂