Line

I stopped  because the lines on such an object would usually be parallel, but time has broken up their alignment. This trailer has been deteriorating and I can’t help but  be attracted to damage caused by age.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The slats here are much more structured with parallel and perpendicular lines. I stopped for the lines and stayed for the close-up of the wood grain.

 
 
 
 

Lines can be ominous. These ones go off into the distance, covered with sharp small lines branching out. It is almost a silhouette, focusing on the structure.

 
 
 
 

The lines here interact with the main shape. Leading to and going away from it. It is something we see everyday, but we don’t really focus on the form. I liked the lighting hitting the right side, leaving a darkness in parts of the left.

 
 

The lines the cables create are what drew me to this part of the power line. They almost feel to be spilling out haphazardly, but also crossing over each other making little bits of negative space.

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