Some wonderfully inventive interpretations of the theme. One is almost tempted to play "count the triangle" but I think I will resist the temptation.
oh wow. those bridge shots are very nice..i love old bridges...very cool lettuce! happy tt!
they are everywhere!!!!!great snaps - but would we expect less! happy tt 2 u!
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.
Very cool! Love these shots!
You certainly spotted plenty of triangles!
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.
These are intriguing, Lettuce! I hope you and family are well!
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!
Wow! The bridge shots are magnificent! A great take on TT. :)
I LOVE rusty iron!
Nice ones...love the bridge!
I love these pictures. There's something about the symetry, the geometry, that satisfies my inner OCD.
Hmmm! I never thought about girders being so triangular -- but indeed they are!
If it were not for triangles, rectangles would keep falling over!The best to ye.
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