Posts Tagged ‘Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: diagonals’

Patti’s theme this week is “Diagonals”, something you’ll find everywhere if you look carefully. Diagonals can be quite dramatic, even dizzying, as in these shadows at the Saguaro National Park Visitors Center.

Diagonal: Having a slanted or oblique direction.

Diagonals caught my eye while traveling on the train home from downtown Chicago.

The veins of leaves are full of diagonals.

© janet m. webb 2017

Diagonals add interest, drama, and stability to this stained glass window in Anthropologie’s store on Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, originally the Fell-Van Rensselaer House. How’d you like to see this every day? I think I could suffer through it. Oh, and by the way, it’s a Tiffany dome. 🙂

Here are some more natural diagonals.

While enjoying a beer at the New Glaurus Brewery in Wisconsin recently, I took this photo which works for this challenge. How prescient of me, right?

Blinds. If you move the photo up and down quickly, you’ll feel that they’re moving. I blog to entertain. 🙂 Thanks for the fun, Patti.