Look Closer to See the Lines

Lines

As ordinary as lines sound, they are everywhere; both manmade and in nature too. When we look a little bit closer we can see that they are a thing of beauty.

Lines above at The Sky Garden, LondonDSC03063 Black lines in the sand in St.Ives, EnglandDSC03457Thin lines of tree trunks during Autumn in Santiago, ChileDSC06547Curved lines in the most arty tunnel at King’s Cross Station in LondonDSC04072One line in the sand in California, USAIMG_1269 Perfect lines of colours and shapes in The Serpentine Gallery, LondonDSC06741A single line of water in Geneva, SwitzerlandDSC02071Lines leading us to look up in LondonDSC03777Lines taking up to the top of the hills in Valparaíso, ChileDSC04652Follow the lines made by tyres in Canaima National Park, VenezuelaDSCF4418Line shadows on a sunny day in Santiago, ChileDSC05653Lines and lines of colourful jewels and mirrors in Jaipur, India DSC_0048.JPGCurved lines in the sand in Pupuya, ChileDSC05714 Lines of lights hanging from the trees on a summer night in Cartagena de Indias, ColombiaDSC04719 Lines of powdered chocolate in LondonDSC_0096  Lines to tell you that you have been in the sea too long in Florianopolis, BrazilDSCF1627 Lines into nature in San Pedro de Atacama, ChileDSCF3586  Lines that give a clue of age in Kew Gardens, London DSC03633 Lines to create art in Shoreditch, LondonDSC03245Lines of light in LondonDSC02427Beauty really is everywhere…

Marcella xx

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28 thoughts on “Look Closer to See the Lines

  1. I love these sorts of posts from you – they are always so creative, not to mention, showcasing your fantastic photography! Loved it. (and yay – thank you for featuring me!!)

  2. Oh I loved this! Such an interesting collection of photos to put together!

    I’m quite partial to lines of trees, dirt paths in the countryside and railway lines! Those are my favourite.

  3. These are such beautiful photos Marcella! I showed this post to Mandy last night and she couldn’t get over how creative you are. She said, “She just must have one of those minds that works that way.” and I so agree! I would never be able to look through my photography and be able to focus on one small precious detail. But you’re inspiring me to try!! 😀

  4. Your posts are always so beautiful and thought provoking! You find the most beautiful details in nature and around you all the time, and I love it!

  5. These lines are great lines! I love looking at things a slightly different way. My favourites are the lights in trees in Cartagena de Indias, the jet d’eau in Geneva and the lines in the sand. Probably because those are new every time you look at them 🙂

  6. Wow this is beautiful! All absolutely gorgeous photos – and yet so simple! That tree bark really mesmerised me. I know in college I was doing a photo projects on trees and that stunned me, I couldn’t find good ways of taking photos of them. But that photo, wow!

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