Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

Curves, So Many Curves.

Long exposure at The Basin

ย Nature Loves The “S” Curve.

S curved flow of water through granite at The Basin in Lincoln, NH

The Gentle Curve Of A Raindrop.

Two raindrops glistening on the petals of a yellow and red tulip

Curved Brush Strokes In Lush Green.

Curvy green leaves

 

 

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45 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

  1. Perfect Jeff ~ I’ve been watching this “curves” challenge — and these have t be some of the best shots I’ve seen to match the theme. Beautiful – &, yes, nature loves curves!!!
    Love and Light ~ Robyn

    • Thanks! I couldn’t believe how fortuitous me having made the waterfall photos last weekend and a Curves theme this week. The tulip and plant were thrown in for good measure.

    • Thank you my dear, but I hope that’s not true. If I didn’t think I could make each and every one of my photographs better as my experience grows I’d lose the thrill of the chase ๐Ÿ˜€

      • ๐Ÿ˜€ Yeah, let’s wait for more surprises from you. Now I am off to see your “almost reject” photo. I was away this weekend and was late posting my weekly challenge and seeing your work ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Thank you Janet. As I’m in the habit of never reading more than just the theme for the Weekly Challenge, so as not to have my interpretation influenced, having the perfect photos, without having to dig through my portfolio to find something new to share doesn’t happen too often. While all four images are recent, the waterfalls were only captured last Sunday.

    • Now you know how I feel when it comes to saying “thank you” in all its variations when people leave comments like yours. I don’t want anyone to ever feel a “thank you” is anything less than heartfelt gratitude.

      FYI, I’ll take “awesome pictures,” in any variation, all day long. ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Congratulations on being #100! And thank you very much for such a wonderful compliment.

      I’m not sure I’ve had 100 likes on any of my posts before (I’m terrible at keeping up with my stats).

      • thanks…..and m surprised if u havent got 100 likes before all of ur pics are just Out of the world….after seeing ur pics when i checked mine i was like i have to learn a lot about photography……

        • Thank you very much, that’s very kind of you. I may have received 100 or more likes before, but you’re the first person to bring it to my attention. Like I said, I don’t pay as close attention to my blogs stats as I probably should.

          I have only had a brief chance to look at some of your photographs, I plan to look and comment a little more this evening when I return from work, but you have some very nice images there. Not everyone starts out making great photos. It’s taken a lot of practice, online research, and more practice, to get to level you and others seem to think my photography is at. I’m still not sure I’m as good as other people say, the comments I receive often surprise me. I’m still always learning too.

          • then its my pleasure to be 100th one and to notice it at same time.
            That wold be great and helpful for me if you’ll look let me know what should be improved and how.
            on the other hand there is no doubt that you have worked a lot to polish the skill to become the perfectionist.

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