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13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern”
Very interesting. At first glance without taking a closer look, I thought that somebody has lost his brains. 🙂
I thought the same thing, Matti!
Is that a stone? I also thought it was a brain at first! Very curious pattern 🙂 Nice find, Janet!
Yes, indeed, it’s a stone my friend found on the beach. When I saw it I knew it would be perfect for the “pattern” photo challenge. I have no idea what kind of sea life carved the stone into such an interesting pattern.
Human brain! That’s the first thing that popped in to my human brain when I saw your pic. Very interesting!!
That’s what I thought when I first saw it.
Lovely interpretation of the prompt. I’ve always been amazed at how water is nature’s little carver. From small stones like this one to large canyons and valleys, it is just incredible how one thing can change the landscape so much!
And do it one drop at a time…a real model for the power of persistence!
Can’t help but wonder where it’s travelled to/from! Great find, Janet.
Thanks, Cheryl, and thanks for the ping, too.
That is one crazy, fun looking pattern for a rock.
You just never know what will wash ashore, which is one of the many things I love about the beach.
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