Until I saw the subject for this week’s Photo Challenge, I never realized how frequently the word line is used in describing different situations, actions or things. For instance; toeing the line, dropping someone a line, the thin blue line, crossing the line, behind enemy lines, fall into line, hook line & sinker, forgetting your lines, along party lines and so many more, but for now this is where I draw the line.
Lines on the great Mackinac Bridge in Michigan.
An interesting use of lines in this modern art sculpture in Galena, Illinois.
Quite a sight! Lines of airplane trails in the sky over our hotel in Marion, Illinois.
Part of a ceiling at the State Capitol Building in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Lines of trees in winter at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois.
A pergola in the Rose Garden at Cantigny Park in Wheaton, Illinois.
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Nice set of images for the challenge.
brilliant lines 😀
Creative demonstrations of such a basic thing
Thanks, Chris! It’s easy to look at almost any picture and see lines but I thought these were a bit different. Thanks for visiting.
First, I love your writing about lines! Great example of lines in your photography.
Thank you, Robert! And thanks for stopping by.
Once again you have risen to the challenge superbly.
Thanks, Tom! Sometimes these challenges can be rather uninspiring but this one had some possibilities.
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Love your thinking — there ARE many ways to think about lines. Your photos meet the challenge beautifully!
Thank you so much!
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