Friday, November 12, 2010

Patterns Around Boston Manor

This week's photo challenge at RAZAMATAZ is pattern (click here). This one had me stumped right up until this morning when I woke up.  Then while drinking my coffee I noticed that indeed I had many different types of patterns in and around the house.

Pattern doesn't necessarily mean it has to be the same thing repeated over and over again.  It can be a sequence that forms it's own pattern.









Or it CAN be the same shape or item or sequence of items repeating it's self over and over again.







Or, as I mused while sipping my coffee, reading my paper, just as I do every morning before the day commences, a pattern can be the same act repeated over and over again.  And again. And again. And again.  Heh, heh.....another pattern.

11 comments:

KarenSue said...

By clicking 4 times to make a pattern you made $2.00!

Razmataz said...

Love it. On your sofa cushion there is a pattern in the print and a pattern in the tufting of the cushion. As you say there is pattern everywhere and not just a printed pattern.

I love your dog by the way. Such a sweet picture of him on your sidebar.

retha said...

Seems when you got going the pattern just kept on and on.
Pity the pattern of habit is at times so difficult to see.

Jacqueline said...

When my eldest daughter was about five or six, she was completing one of those word puzzles, you know where you have two columns of words, side by side and you have to draw a line from a word in one column to a word in the second that it relates to (either a synonym, antonym, homonym, etc). She was beetling through this at top speed so I said to her "that must be really easy, do you know what all those words mean?" She looked up at me quizzically and said "No". So I looked and she had each one right. I asked her how she was figuring it out if she didn't know what the words meant. She replied, "Mum, can't you see the pattern?" The beauty of looking with unfettered imagination.

Kit said...

Clever! I love the way you think. Kit

Orlando Grandma said...

Very interesting. When we foll0w a seiries of events as a habit in our dayly life that could become a a pattern I guess...you made me think. Enjoyed your display

Mr. Connor said...

Pretty darn cool .

marcia @Child in Harmony said...

Love your patterns, especially the brick, rush seat and doily.

And the Boston Terrier hahaha!

We are south of Boston in Middleboro :)

happy day!

marcia @Child in Harmony said...

Oops Silly me ...I thought Boston meant Boston Massachusetts.

happy day!

D.B. said...

Great patterns, ALL!

The_Tyro said...

i love that picture of her behind the computer her face is priceless. Thanks for such a nice blog about her you really captured her!