Look for patterns

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What is this, it is the energy source or an inverter for an electric fence
all enclosures are a kind of designed patterns, so patterns are therefore limiting.

It works on animals and it work on people too.

There’s something very addictive about people pleasing.
it’s a thought pattern and a habit that feels really, really good
until it becomes desperate
(Anne Hathaway)

Patterns limits very often our paths and our creativity
as a curiosity, then the patterns are created by creative people.


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Heaven or perhaps freedom as seen through a pattern created by a windmill blade.


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Sometimes it is necessary to create patterns to get out of patterns – math is an example.

Mathematics are the result of mysterious powers which no one understands,
and which the unconscious recognition of beauty must play an important part
out of an infinity of designs a mathematician chooses one pattern for beauty’s sake and pulls it down to earth
(Marston Morse)


The theme of the Weekly Photo Challenge is “Pattern


32 tanker om “Look for patterns

  1. What would we do without patterns! But yes, it is essential to break away from set patterns from time to time or we would get stuck in a rut. Sometimes breaking away can be a lot of fun 🙂

    • #.madhu
      Yeah agree so much,
      break away from the patterns can be a lot of fun… 🙂

      Some pattern start as a help for us
      and ends up so we are a help for the pattern… “lol”

      Probably we can’t make without
      nevertheless it can be our “Achilles heel”… 🙂

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    • #.senimhar
      Yeah “Le Drake Noir” is french and means in english “The black male duck” or in danish “Den sorte Andrik” – since I was about 6-7 years old it have been my nickname – probably because I wasn’t easy to close beak of when I think things weren’t right – and the nickname has followed me through life more than less… “lol”

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