20/20 Photo Challenge : April, lines #4

The final assignment for April is “curved lines”.

This month’s final assignment – Curved lines. Curved lines allow the viewer to explore an entire image, meandering from one part to another. S curves divide an image into equal parts and lead your eye through the image.

I love the flowing effect of curves in photos. Curves are everywhere. Here’s a collection I found as I looked through my archives…springbrook-11_3801x4190_3801x4190Lets follow this road and see where it goes.early orning farm walk grasses pc 035_4000x3000This is green New Zealand across the road from my son’s farm.grevillea raindrops cropped_1987x1550Of course it is hard to beat how nature uses curves. operahouse and bridge-5_4000x3000_4000x3000The Sydney Opera House is the ultimate use of curves in architecture.Brisbane art gallery cube rock climbing 057_3000x4000This “eye in the sky” is in Brisbane and would give fantastic views over the city. But I have never been brave enough to get on it…sunrise burleigh-8_3653x2670This is my local beach. Can you see the dragon, in the clouds, flying away over the horizon? Maybe it is a sign that the virus is going and some restrictions are lifting this weekend. We will be allowed to sit on the beach and have picnics with family. Previously we could only walk and exercise on our local beaches. And we are allowed to drive within 50km of our home for leisure outings. Freedom is on the way….

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If you would like to join in with the 2020 photo challenge then please take a look at Jude’s 2020 Photo Challenge page. No complicated rules, just a camera required ๐Ÿ™‚

31 comments

  1. 1. Let’s see what’s around the corner that’s a typical Pauline.comment.
    2. N.Z. one of our favourite places.
    3. Seeing the world in a dewdrop.
    4.Natures wonderful world to mans effort, the Sydney Opera House,
    You found the perfect place to take a photo to capture curves.
    5. You never got around to it, that’s unlike you.
    6. Dragons are a symbol of good luck in China.

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  2. Lots of lovely curves here Pauline, I love the wonderful S curve of that first road and Jack’s comment โ˜บ๏ธ nice that some of your restriction have been lifted.

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  3. You are so gifted in so many things that you do. You are an artist, a gardener and an amazing photographer! I love all the photos and each one has its’ own wonderful curves done in so many different ways.

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