Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

Here are some of my favorite photos from the past couple of weeks that represent how curves can result in objects of great beauty and gracefulness.

churches 106 churches 330 churches 243

churches 453

antiques 121

antiques 289

One of my posts earlier this week included some beautiful curved pews – you can check them out here.

The Weekly Photo Challenge can be found here.

22 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves

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    • That is my favorite, too. The structure coming out is a curved balcony and I love how the stained glass illuminates the rich wood. I was surprised when I downloaded it because we didn’t have good light source that day – very cloudy with dark interiors. I always appreciate your comments, Nora.

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