Posts Tagged ‘angles

15
Mar
17

angles & lines…

a collage of images at the Chemeketa Community College in Salem, Oregon on a sunny afternoon.

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08
Dec
16

angle of shadow & light…

headed up a stone staircase to top of Rocky Butte in Portland, Oregon

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28
Mar
16

Design flare in the day…

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14
Jun
15

Angles & Lines Designs…

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Seattle Library, angles, SwittersB

13
Jun
15

subway view…

freeway, opening, Seattle, SwittersB

08
Apr
15

cracked rock & railing….

cracked rock and railing

angles, lines, shadows compete

a busy landscape

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26
Aug
14

Early Morning Light on the Patio

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