This week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge theme is “Curve.”
I love curves!
Be they subtle curves,
or strong ones,
Or loose and flowing ones…
Be they sculptural,
Or a little loopy.
Curves piled upon themselves,
Begging to be handled,
Or elegantly arrayed in orderly rows,
They all please me, so much so that I feel them as big, gestural curves in my limbs, arcing through space…
there are also curves
from the oven –
Those ones are just CURVALICIOUS!!
Curves of every imaginable type, from photographers all over the world can be found with a simple click, right here!
The spiral sculpture is “Salmon Waves,” by Paul Sorey, 2001. It’s located at the Hiram M. Chittenden Memorial Locks in Seattle.
The stone work is on a building in Philadelphia – I didn’t get the name or address.
The Chinese rooftop is at the Chinese Scholar’s Garden at Snug Harbor in Staten Island, New York.
The white wildflower is a White campion, or Silene latifolia.
Those wonderfully smooth, round stones can be found on the beaches along Washington’s coastline. These were at Rialto Beach.
The pleated leaves are False or Indian Hellebore (Veratrum viride), a very poisonous North American wildflower.
The sticky buns? Wish I could say I made them. They’re from a small, home style restaurant in the little town of Edison, WA.