Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Xs and Os

 Part of a gazebo

When I spotted this gazebo, I just new I had to photograph it and play with it!

 Turned 90°

B&W version

I am linking to NF Digital Art Meme  HERE.


28 comments:

Nancy Chan said...

I think I prefer the 90 deg.

Tom said...

Lets play tic-tac-to!

Andy said...

X marks the spot.

TexWisGirl said...

nice title! :)

Christine said...

Great find & fun photos!

Lowell said...

Nice job playing around. It certainly is an interesting subject to photograph. XOXO

Jacquelineand.... said...

What a fun find and I love how you played with it!

VP said...

You did some magic with these details!

José Mendonça said...

Great compositions!

Nicol Carm said...

You have a lot of imagination and your work is great!

William Kendall said...

Such eye catching patterns!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

That's fun! Art to bring a smile to the viewers face!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Love this architectural detail. it's lasted a lot of decades out in the element.

Maks said...

Fantastic! I greet and Happy New Year! :)

RedPat said...

I quite like it turned 90˚, EG!

Cloudia said...

Ha! yes

ALOHA to You,
ComfortSpiral

Sylvia K said...

Ah, and I love it when you play and you do make my day!! And you did again!! Happy New Year!!

Revrunner said...

Oh, I much prefer the verdigris.

NatureFootstep said...

never seen that word before but I can guess :)

Love what you did with it.

Happy New Year and thanks for linking up :)

Monica

Gemma Wiseman said...

A fun piece of architecture begging for some artistic interpretation. Delightful edits.

Michelle said...

nice detail

Rose said...

It is definitely interesting...I can see a quilt being made from the x's. And some quilters would take the 'o' and put a scene in it.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Some gazebos are just full of alphabetic and geometric effects. Great eye!

Kay said...

Fun! What a great find...and it looks equally good turned around, too!

susupetal said...

This is geometrical and decorative at the same time, an inspirational gazebo!

Small City Scenes said...

Years and years ago when we added on to the house we were living in then this is exactly what I wanted to add to the railings on the new front porch. We didn't but I wanted to anyway.
MB

edenhills said...

That is lovely!

Indrani said...

This is a perfect find for the theme. :)
Happy new year to you and yours!

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