Where my love of birds, nature, photography, art and poetry combine.
Bird Pattern at Bethesda Terrace 3-12-11
Patterns in an arch 3-12-11
Ceiling Tiles at Bethesda Terrace 3-12-11
Tile work under the Bethesda Terrace
Bark and Brown Creeper
Fungus on a dead trunk
London Plane Tree Bark
Bird in the Branches 3-12-11
Knothole pattern 3-12-11
Ironwork detail on bridge 3-12-11
After my recent visit to New York City it seems my world is full of pattern on…
My World Tuesday!
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Yes, beautiful photos Kathie! Love the patterns.
Terrific captures, Kathie! Colorful and different and a great look at your world! I love it! Hope you have a wonderful week ahead!Sylvia
What a collection.From ironwork to tiles and tree bark.I love the London planes, which are actually Spanish if remebmer right.We unwisely planted one in a previous garden. I hope the present owner managed to deal with it.Still, a fascinating bark.
Great series. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
You sure did find lots of patterns, I like the corking of the bark on that tree. I think you are right on the id of the hummer, female Anna's.
wonderful wonderful wonderfulplease have a good tuesday.daily athens
An amazing collection of patterns! They are really wonderful shots. :)
What an Awesome collection of patterns! I notice that the human-made all copy nature in some way. Until the scaffolding, which jolted me. You have a keen eye and imagination.
Kathie, wonderful photos. You have a good eye for patterns, including very subtle ones. It's amazing what you find in New York City - the incredible diversity makes it so interesting.
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Welcome to my nest! I hope you will enjoy spending time here with me and the birds. Thank you for your comments. I will try to get back to you as soon as I get back from counting more birds.