Week 15/26: #BWProject26

Everywhere you look there are curves. It isn't until you actually start to look for the curves in the world around you, that you become aware that even straight things are curved when you look at them indirectly. You can see curves in this image on a phone (small screen) or a tablet, but when you zoom in, you see the curves within the curves. Enjoy your travel through this wonky world.

My posts are all on my blog :

#BWProject26 | Curated by +Tisha Montgomery +Brandon Luk +Lauri Novak +Al Chris
#hqspmonochrome +HQSP Monochrome curated by +Luis Vivanco S. +Оксана Крысюкова +Nader El Assy +Howard Salmon +tri rini nuringtyas and +Giuseppe Petruzzella
#blackandwhitephotos #blackandwhitephotography +Black and White Photos by +Gemma Costa +Rob Heron +Salvatore Ferrante +Anthony Million
#MirrorsandReflections #mirrormonday +Mirrors and Reflections by +Gemma Costa +Rob Heron


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26 Responses

  1. What an interesting concept! But I believe you are right, most of the things we think are straight are actually curved (and if you shoot with an 18mm lens like I have, there is no such thing as a straight line! :))

  2. +Stephen Thackeray and +Christina Lihani (Fellow blurries)
    I was waiting for Steven in the car, camera in hand (of course) when I looked (really looked) at the car beside ours. It was a bright red, and reflected in the shiny paint over the wheel arch next to me I saw the reflection of the store building – distorted, curved, and looking perfect for the theme.I got out to get a better angle and this is what I saw. When I saw it on the screen I was horrified by the imperfections of the paintwork on the body. If you look carefully at the far right you see my camera lens with part of my arm and head/face. The rest is cropped out. 🙂

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