Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

Reeds in pattern

Reeds in pattern

A few years ago while visiting our parents at Possum Kingdom Lake(here in Texas) we saw this fabulous site and I just had to capture it.

I love the natural patterns made by the waves and the reeds.

We’re all interconnected and fit beautifully together, don’t you think?

Pattern of reeds on the lake

Here’s a wider view.

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26 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

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  12. Looks like the sewaiyan ( Or Vermicilli, as some you the people call it ) 😉
    Takes an eye to recognise a pattern, and for that the credit must go to you 🙂

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  17. Very cool photo… I love old paint wearing off a rusty vehicle and weathered wood… This pattern is very fluid even though it’s made of straight lines.

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