Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Patterns: Roof Rack

Roof Rack

I saw these roof capping tiles oraganised into this pattern all over the place during my visit to the south of France a couple of weeks ago.

I posted what I consider to be a better photogrpah for a variety of reasons in Roof Rack Pattern during my Southern France week. This one better shows the pattern though which is the theme for this week :-)

Have a great day!


Blogger A Little World of My Own said...

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I'm considering of putting Hiatus on this blog for a while. Just let you know that this is not reason why this might be on hiatus because I will be back to university full time so less time for me but rather spend time with my family and friends. I'll be here for a while but when time comes, then I will let you know, thank you my friend.

13/7/05 05:46  
Blogger cosmicblob said...

Lovely pattern - I saw your other roof pattern (aerial view) and if that's the one you are referring to - I agree - I like this one more. Like the Shades of a dark color fading to a lighter color in this pic.

13/7/05 08:57  
Blogger Chantal said...

Both photos are great!!!!

13/7/05 10:08  
Blogger ChickyBabe said...

Different angles, different perspectives. I like both!

13/7/05 11:26  
Blogger Robert Phan said...

You sure have an eye for patterns. Keep up the great work.

13/7/05 12:22  
Blogger Ronalyn said...

Ah yes a familiar one.. just a different view.. I swear I looked at it and deja-vu! I love your different takes on it though! Hey thanks to you.. I see patterns everywhere! I just need to take shots of them! Thanks Ian!

13/7/05 12:24  
Blogger Kim said...

As you already saw on my blog I was thinking about patterns yesterday from this great series you are doing. I love this pattern along with the color and shadows. You have a great day as well!

13/7/05 12:56  
Blogger jane said...

Lovely colour against the black shadows.

13/7/05 14:00  
Blogger .:: ROSH ::. said...

Love the colors. Nice eye.

13/7/05 14:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great pattern! It also gives a great feeling of depth, looking down into the tunnels.

13/7/05 14:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice closed up shot.. the curve line, light & shodow r in great composition:-)

13/7/05 15:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What I love most about this one, Ian, is the way the color subtly changes from the top left corner to the bottom right--the lighting is wonderful! I love the boldness of this shot too--the contrast between the warm roofing tiles and the black spaces underneath...

13/7/05 16:18  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not a 'stone-age' wine rack then? ;-)

13/7/05 16:24  
Blogger Rock Kauser said...

Seems more like a sculpture instead of a stack of tiles.

13/7/05 18:09  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This could make a nice wine bottle rack. A nice break from the standard metal wire racks you see everywhere :)

I like this image for the texture and imperfections in the tile along with the patterns.

I really enjoy your weekly themes. My posting gets kind of scattered at times and jumps around a lot. Do you find it hard to come up with the weekly ideas & pictures to fill it?

13/7/05 18:30  
Blogger malinda said...

Lovely color and pattern.

13/7/05 18:31  
Blogger Califfoto said...

Another lovely closeup shot where the simple concrete matter makes you dream ...

14/7/05 06:36  
Blogger ian said...

Thank you for your kind comments.

Dave, thus far I have not had a problem coming up with a theme, but I am relatively new to blogging and perhaps it might become more difficult as time moves on. If so I will simply deliver what I feel like that day.

14/7/05 12:16  

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