Tea plantations have neat patterns and the randomly, nature-placed rocks add to the landscape in Munnar, Kerala
An example of the various materials of different textures and patterns used in the old buildings at Hart Square (A village from the 1800s preserved in its entirety right here in the hills of Hickory, North Carolina.)
Kudos to Bob Hart, a doctor, who has been going and going for 40 years now on this land. He’s gathered 100 buildings from the surrounding counties and moved them to this 200-acre haven. He’s stuffed the cabins with beds, chairs, food, dresses, shoes, brooms, medicine. Each structure represents a part of this village he calls Hart Square.
I hope you enjoyed this series on the amazing buildings and structures at Hart Square.
Shades of man-made and natural colors …
Snow on block stone creates interesting patterns in color and black and white images
Back lighting on the frozen ice on a water wheel brings out interesting patterns
Gentle ripples in the pond create interesting patterns …
Variations in patterns on the ground as seen from the air
Sunlight through a cluster of trees with dense leaves creates shadows on the ground
The shadow and patterns caused by light through the concrete railings of an overlook wall can be striking