Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

GEOMETRY: spiders or architects, plants, animals or human beings – in many souls appears a hidden knowledge of some geometrical structures, we don’t know why …
Architect: KLEIHUES, Germany
photo taken by frizztext; for more click on the picture to visit my flickr photo stream … – related: Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry
comment by Bumba November 3, 2012 at 1:18 am : “It’s inherited, in the genes. “Intelligent design” should properly be used to describe the fact that an entire sequence of actions is inherited, somehow coding for simple proportions/geometry. A very nice photo you gave us too!”
Reply by frizztext November 3, 2012 at 4:57 pm: “Maybe God, maybe an ‘intelligent design’, maybe a devil called Pythagoras or Carl Friedrich Gauss are in the background …”

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56 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

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  2. What a great shot! ;-)

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  5. gorgeous, the blues, the greens, the light.

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  6. Beautiful! It looks like a very elaborate and fancy spiders web.

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  8. Simple and perfect!

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  10. kz

    fantastic. i really like this design

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  17. It’s inherited, in the genes. “Intelligent design” should properly be used to describe the fact that an entire sequence of actions is inherited, somehow coding for simple proportions/geometry. A very nice photo you gave us too!

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  18. what a great shot! I can actually ‘feel’ going up when I’m looking at the ‘web’/’net’… very clever… the architect and the photographer! you’re always a great inspiration for all of us… greetings from La Paz, Bolivia!

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  19. What a cool architecture. I like the shape.

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  21. This is a great picture! It’s perfect for this challenge. :)

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  25. Perfect photo for the topic.

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  27. I’m always fascinated by the complicated geometrical structures of some plants!
    http://ceeslifephotographyblog.wordpress.com/2012/11/02/weekly-photo-challenge-geometry/

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  28. once I learned that parallels at last meet in the very end – bad for a train …
    http://justsnaps.wordpress.com/2012/11/02/weekly-photo-challenge-geometry/

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  32. Perfect geometry – well done

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  33. Really love the lines on this, Frizz.

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  35. bagus sekali.
    pengambilan gambar dari sudut yang tepat.

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  36. Northern Narratives

    Very nice photo.

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  37. Anonymous

    Here is my geometrie

    A tower called murturm near the river mur in styria

    murtum - inside down

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    • I know, Marina, there are standing some very geometrical architectures in your Athens! Some of them even roofless great art works … – maybe you could sell some of that European iconography worldwide on coffee-mugs ‘n’ T-shirts?

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  39. This is very cool.

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  40. So fun to have a time difference – you always get to post for these challenges before I have even seen them! Wonderful struts – are they part of a museum?

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  41. Geometry is basically about balance – as the cool spiders know… ‘smile’

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