In my opinion, the most effective way to learn geometry is not just by reading books but by studying our surroundings. We can find geometry in almost everything.

For today’s challenge, I chose a photo that I took in a cabin trip last weekend. I’m always fascinated by details especially by parallel lines and circles and symmetry.

This post by the way is my take on Cee’s Compose Yourself a Photo Challenge: #19 Geometry in Photography.

 

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No, it’s not what you think it is. πŸ™‚

 

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Parallel lines, squares and right angles. How many can you find?

 

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A cute wall lamp. It compliments the wall.

 

4 thoughts on “Theory in Practice

  1. You were right it is not what I first thought it was. You found some interesting shapes. Even in your last photo, put all the different shapes together and WOW. Great entry for this challenge. πŸ˜€

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