Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Triangles

My previous post could have qualified for this Theme Thursday on triangles.

This photo was taken in the same place:





and some more triangles in triangles in triangles














the Moodna viaduct, New York state

15 comments:

Alan Burnett said...

Some wonderfully inventive interpretations of the theme. One is almost tempted to play "count the triangle" but I think I will resist the temptation.

Brian Miller said...

oh wow. those bridge shots are very nice..i love old bridges...very cool lettuce! happy tt!

mouse (aka kimy) said...

they are everywhere!!!!!

great snaps - but would we expect less!

happy tt 2 u!

Baino said...

I really like the rusty transformers or power pylons or whatever they are with the ferns growing beneath them. I still love your eye for the 'found object'. Im pretty crap at that frankly.

Lynne said...

Very cool! Love these shots!

Akelamalu said...

You certainly spotted plenty of triangles!

Mrsupole said...

I just do not seem to notice triangles and almost drew one on a piece of paper to post. But I wrote a story instead.

Those are some great shots of pilings on bridges. Lots and lots of triangles in them. I too am going to hold back on the urge to count them. I would be here for hours and hours, mostly because I would constantly lose count and have to start again and again. I suffer from CRS and so it would be hard for me to count them.

Beautiful pictures though.

God bless.

e said...

These are intriguing, Lettuce! I hope you and family are well!

Roy said...

They're all great triangle finds, Lettuce, but that first shot is a classic! And it's exactly the kind of accidental, stumbled-upon shot we've learned to expect from you. You have got to have the best eye around!

RA said...

Wow! The bridge shots are magnificent! A great take on TT. :)

Ronda Laveen said...

I LOVE rusty iron!

Betsy said...

Nice ones...love the bridge!

PattiKen said...

I love these pictures. There's something about the symetry, the geometry, that satisfies my inner OCD.

Steve said...

Hmmm! I never thought about girders being so triangular -- but indeed they are!

goatman said...

If it were not for triangles, rectangles would keep falling over!

The best to ye.