Patterns

When created by humans, patterns are mostly of repetitive shapes

Famous stone bridge GAMLA in Karlstad, Sweden

Architecture at Mumbai Airport, India

Wall at Tajmahal, agra, India

Same pattern doors at Tajmahal, Agra, India

Colorful wooden doors at Narayan Sarovar, Kutchh, India

When patterns are by nature, its complicated, chaotic and mesmerising

Set of flowers in a circular pattern

A Cut Trunk – Death of a tree

This post is inspired by pilotfishblog challenge, Patterns.

Regards,

Haddhaiyaar.. ✍️✍️

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