Details in Patterns

Amish farm, details
Details in Patterns. © Bruce Stambaugh 2015

I love to look for patterns in photos. There are plenty on display here, even if you only look at the various textures of the roofs on the congregated buildings. Also note the details that enhance the plain red and white buildings. Did you see the brown horse against the barn wall? How about the Rock Doves, aka pigeons, on the roof of the outbuilding in the foreground? Or the smoke coming out of the chimney?

See how many other details you can find as you explore this photo.

“Details in Patterns” is my photo of the week.

© Bruce Stambaugh 2015

Author: Bruce Stambaugh

Writer, marketer, columnist, author, photographer, birder, walker, hiker, husband, father, grandfather, brother, son, township trustee, converted Anabaptist, community activist, my life is crammed with all things people and nature and wonder. My late father gave me this penchant for giving and getting the most out of life, my late mother the courtesy, kindness, and creativity to see the joy in life. They both taught me to cherish the people I am with. I try and fail and try again.

2 thoughts on “Details in Patterns”

  1. Thanks for the challenge. I saw lots of slab wood stacked at the top of the hill, saw the dog house. I saw the old table or sewing machine cabinet tossed out and laying on its side in front of the small shed door. Looks like white chickens or geese?? to the far right, and more chickens in the field behind the thrashing machine – hay fluffer or whatever that machinery is. Don’t forget the milk cans stacked in front of the big barn. I thought I saw a vulture high in the sky but it turned out to be a smudge on my computer screen. Ha Ha.

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