Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

3 06 2013

Charles Darwin University, in the Northern Territory, is the home of the Confucious Institute on the Casuarina Campus in Darwin.  The Chinese Community of Darwin has also worked on a Chinese Garden on the university campus.  It has all the hallmarks of pattern and ‘no pattern’ in a chinese garden.  The elements are wonderful, random or repetitious, light and shadow,  curve and complement, soft and hard.  It was a lovely morning exploring and just sitting and letting the garden reveal itself to me.

For more information about the Daily Post and Weekly Photo Challenge HERE.

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4 responses

4 06 2013
Lucid Gypsy

Realy good images!

4 06 2013
pommepal

I love the flow of Chinese gardens

5 06 2013
Heart To Harp

You have a wonderful eye for seeing and photographing patterns. I really like all of your images in this post.

13 06 2013
Louise

I love patterns – especially those in nature. If you liked this, check out an old post on my old blog (originalbeauty) called Spirals in Nature. 🙂

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