Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

Sometimes I participate in the WordPress weekly photo challenge; sometimes I don’t.  But this week was pretty easy.  The subject is curves – not mine – that’s for sure 🙂

The first image is of a downtown parking structure. Made me kind of dizzy just to look at it.  There is no digital enhancement to this photo.  I think I must speak to the city planning commissioner about this 🙂

The next image is also from my archives, of a wall inset that I found one day while walking down the hall where my mom lives. I just thought it would look nice as a pencil sketch.

The final image is one of a life-size stone statue that I found one day in front of a convenience store.  It makes me feel peaceful to look at it so I had it enlarged and framed in my home.  Namaste’

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I wish you calm; peace beyond words
I wish you calm; peace beyond words
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Author: Regina

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves”

  1. The first one looks like the 1983 Northridge quake. I know, I was there. The other two are really nice. I understand you guys are having some hot weather. We have June Gloom which is fine with me.

    Love and peace,

    Sunshine Moonshadow.

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    1. Hey, there, Ms. Moonshadow, send some of that June gloom to AZ, would ‘ya? Good to hear from you. That Northridge quake was a nasty one. One of my friends was living in Corona and the water sloshed out of her pool. Peace and calm to you 🙂

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  2. Hi Gina,

    I agree with Kay’s comment. The top picture looks like one you took during an earthquake. It’s funny because I’ve seen this parking structure before, but never really noticed how ridiculous it looks.
    Keep cool,
    Gigi

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