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I Got Rhythm

Hostas are the most rhythmic of plants.

Colour or Monochrome.

Doesn’t seem to matter.

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Rhythm in Sumac

Sumac grows with most rhythmic branches.

Different exotic, elegant curves form when the plant develops.

Sumac Branch

This dead bush, missing its bark in places, provides texture as well as curve.

 

 

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Curves and Rhythm

Grasses by the side of the road in Chisolm Township.

Grasses Mono

The foreground grasses in yesterday’s post attracted my attention.

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Morning, Portage Park

Cloud, Lake, Tree, Fog.

Rhythm Portage Park

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Green Rhythm

Early Spring leaves.

Green Rhythm

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Green Rhythm

Abstract rhythm in the grass.

Green Rhythm

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Grasses

Sweetman’s Garden.

_MG_8189 Galer Line Art

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Bare Bones

Two more winter tree shots:

Elegant reach for the sky.

Flow

Bad Hair Day?  Startled?  Freaked out?

Bad Hair Day

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Sumac

Oddly awkward.

Sumac Rhythm

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Rhythmic Bones

See the rhythm in the bones of trees:

Rhythmic Bones

Rhythmic Bones III

Rhythmic Bones II

Free and easy or taut and tight.

Energy flows through the lines of the branches.

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Reach For the Sky

The birch on our lakeshore.

A very dendritic performance.

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Rhythmic Trees

The natural curves in trees can produce very rhythmic photographs.

Undulations similar to those employed by dancers.

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