The environmentalist in me immediately thought of the graph of carbon emissions from “An Inconvenient Truth” with Al Gore up on a scaffolding trying to get across the frightening point of our increasing threat to our planet. But I don’t have a photo of that. I do have symbols of how man-made things are eclipsing the natural. I have playground curves with a very small moon…
and outdoor art thrown up against the sky…
and wheels, which have dominated the environment for about a thousand years now.
Finally, I have a symbol of Natural grace, curvy and sharp and wild. A yucca plant.
I think the most dangerous curves are the ones we humans impose.
Lovely gallery, Scilla.
Beautiful photos. I like the composition of them. Then of course, I love the Yucca. And I agree about the curves we impose, especially Gore’s graph.
Thanks, Mary. I like remembering that yucca at sunset in New Mexico; in black and white it just looked even more elegant.
Gorgeous shots, Priscilla! Love the simplicity and aerial views!
Curves are so plentiful, you really have to clear away everything else to let them stand out. That was a worthy challenge!
I bet! Good job on your side to have had them stand out so beautifully!
Love the yucca close-up! 🙂
Thanks! I appreciate your visit!
You’re very welcome! 🙂