This configuration of parking lot curbs, pavement and no-skid mat caught my attention. I liked the colors and, when I flattened the image in my mind’s eye, I thought of a balance point underneath a curved, tricolor beam. I could not resist applying a couple of filters to this image:
I love the different types of painted curbs I encounter during my travels. I snagged the one below just as I was leaving work.
The sky was beautiful. Mostly blue with some clouds in the distance. However, the telephone pole above the garage caught my attention. Something about the angles.
Harry has pure white whiskers. Here is a portrait of some of them.
This is the manhole cover directly adjacent to the crescent picture from yesterday’s post. It is only slightly twisted from its original position.
New parking lot photo:
Parking lot art, again. The white line and the square of the access panel are not parallel with each other. Which one defines the true geometry of the parking lot?
The bricks are separated from the yellow dots by ordinary concrete of the sidewalk. I like the course pattern set apart from the fine dots.
Red and blue is less than everything to the left, according to this parking lot (photograph).
Maybe the math of parking lots is color coded…