~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #132: Striped and Checked ~

Once again, I am late responding to last week’s challenge. My only excuse is an emergency that kept me away from my regular routine. No one is sick, just a problem with security systems at our home that required maintenance.

Being of Scottish descent, I start with the two tartans associated with my family lineage.

Fresnel Lighthouse Lens

Bending light within stripes and plaids. These lenses are huge and amazing to see.

Natural plaid pattern of vertical dune grass set against horizontal layers of light and color.

Jello and shadows

Most uncurved lines are manmade. In nature, lines are rarely ruler straight. As is evident here, when light creates shadow and casts it on different angled surfaces.

Jello, loves plaid too!

Wishing everyone safe harbor, as we navigate onward. Mask-up and stay safe.🐾


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2 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #132: Striped and Checked ~

  1. Amy says:

    Great selections, Lindy! I love these two doggy images, so cute. I also bought a scarf where we traveled Scotland. 🙂 The image of the resnel Lighthouse Lens is stunning!

  2. Leya says:

    Striped and checked Jello! Nice! Excellent choices all – and I envy your Scottish descent…Lovely tartans in your family!

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