Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: “Perfect Patterns”

To my eye, there is no palette of color more pleasing than the Autumnal spectrum of green to red. This Himalayan blackberry bush presented an amazing array within a single leaf. I think it’s a rather perfect Fall pattern.

Humans often strive for a kind of geometric balance and symmetry in Art and Architecture that seems far more “perfect” or precise than most of what the naked eye sees in Nature.

What exactly do we mean by a “pattern”?
According to the Cambridge Dictionary, a pattern is “any regularly repeated arrangement, especially a design made from repeated lines, shapes, or colors on a surface.”

Which of these examples would you call “perfect”?

Thanks to Ann-Christine for inviting us to share our “perfect” or even approximate examples of Patterns. Please see HER POST for an awesome diversity of patterns!

19 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: “Perfect Patterns”

  1. A dazzling display of perfect patterns this week Priscilla! I loved every one of them but your closing image is my favorite. Nature hard at work and frost is as perfect an example as I can imagine.

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