Weekly Photo Challenge: From Patterns to Lines


Last Tuesday, September 17, I did sauntering at one of the top shopping centers, Hayat Mall, of the capital city. Never knew the shapes, lines, cool texture, and patterns that my eyes and camera caught while I was resting and quenching my thirst in the kaleidoscopic patio of the mall will be utilized this early for the weekly photo challenge.

With the help of iOS 7’s updated photo editing tools, I came up with these photos.

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27 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: From Patterns to Lines

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  6. I updated to iOS 7 and I got used to it very quickly. But every time I open the phone I think of people with poor vision and wonder whether they can see the skinny letters easily.

    Which city did you take the photos in?

    I posted my contribution to ‘from lines to patterns’ and used it to promote World Animal Day, which is on October 4th http://qll.me/worldanimalday

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  11. Indeed we live in a world of art and design! Many years ago I got to appreciate this fact with a school project that took me around many places in my town to photograph lines and patterns in architectural design and decoration, especially that I was never aware of! Nice job, Sony!

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