Friday, July 15, 2005

Patterns: Wine Rack

Wine Rack

I was in a restaurant in Dresden a couple of years ago when I saw this.

It said "Take me! Take me!"

I had my pocket camera with me so I did!

This is my penultimate post before my holiday in Scotland - we drive off in the small hours of tomorrow. I will make one farewell post in the morning and then that will be all from me for a week. Today will be my last visit to your blogs for a week as well. Next week I have organised seven high quality guest bloggers to post here in their own style - the theme is guest photographers! I look forward to seeing what delights they have served up (technology permitting) upon my retun.

Of course I will be taking my camera with me, so I am hoping to bring back tons of images.


Blogger Ronalyn said...

LOL. as I was getting ready to type a here... you just finished yours on mine.. Wine racks.. patterns patterns everywhere! OY.. a trip huh? you will be missed! I cannot wait to see who you've got lined up to post on your blog! So excititng.. I hope you have a safe trip and of course an enjoyable one! Great shot.. ! I love it.. I am looking for patterns constantly! Take care.. and drive carefully! Talk to you soon!

15/7/05 10:35  
Blogger Chantal said...

Very nice photo, I like the fact that not all bottles are standing straight, it shows handwork due to turning the bottles...

15/7/05 11:17  
Blogger beth castillo-winsor [bcw] said...

I like this photograph. Very interesting angle

15/7/05 12:21  
Blogger AlohaMamma said...

I was about to sign off then I remembered about your blog so Im back here to see what is your next pic.."Oh great one!" You sure travel a lot and I'm green with envy! it must be easier to live in Europe so you just can drive all over the lucky man while I'm stuck on an island and I have to pay to get on other isle..$130 dollars Roundtrip!!! Have a save trip! Looking forward to see your comments and new pattern photos!

15/7/05 12:21  
Blogger Sathish N said...

At this time..
I dont want all the bottles over there.. may be bottles in the one row shd b enough:D

hav gr8 weeknd :-)

15/7/05 13:08  
Blogger jane said...

Now this is a recurring pattern that I like!

Have a wonderful holiday!

15/7/05 13:51  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great pattern..i like the circle shapes and color is nice....btw have a great trip

15/7/05 14:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a great holiday!

15/7/05 15:38  
Blogger makuahine said...

This is like an optical illusion also I think. Very nice!

15/7/05 17:15  
Blogger Kim said...

Great pattern, love the shot! I still haven't gotten brave enough to take pictures in a restaurant although I almost did when we ordered sushi a few weeks ago. I hope you have a great time on your holiday and am looking forward to the pictures upon your return!

15/7/05 17:24  
Blogger cosmicblob said...

Nice ! Itz a great idea to have guest photos on your blog while you are gone...Have a great trip!

15/7/05 17:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What an interesting wine rack! The bottles look a little dusty--did you help them get rid of any of these old things? Great pattern--this is definitely one I would never have spotted!

I hope you have a wonderful trip--I can't wait to see the photos you take there! :)

15/7/05 20:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have a great eye for seeing cool patterns! Have a great holiday!

15/7/05 21:12  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah! This is more like it... I hope these were in your cellar? How about cracking open one before you hit the road? ;-)

Have a wonderful hol;iday in Scotland, say 'Hi' to my Mum and other assorted relatives for me, while you're there, if not, have a wee dram on me. lol!

15/7/05 23:24  
Blogger ChickyBabe said...

Great pattern, and I agree this is a view that begs to be snapped, and drunk...

16/7/05 06:05  
Blogger Ezequiel Mesquita said...

What a great sight! But I think it says "drink me! drink me!, instead of "take me" ;-)
Have a nice vacation! And look forward to see your guest's work.

16/7/05 15:43  

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