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Matched set – nature’s mellow, yellow-gold

28 Feb

Just as I described sometimes wanting to do more with The Photographicalist [1], sometimes I want to do less. When this mood assails me, it is a great opportunity for me to explore another of my interests – synergy and symmetry between ideas, patterns, landscapes, people, lines, curves, functions. The idea is to find ways to illustrate photographically how patterns repeat in nature and society.

So occasionally I will forgo the essay and assemble a set of photographs that have aligned sympathies in some facet of their essence.

The inaugural ‘matched set’ appears below. I have entitled it Nature’s mellow, yellow-gold, because nature seems to love these hues.

MVC-407X

Sunset at the Top of the World
Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains, NSW Australia
26 March 2002

MVC-192X_15Sept2001

Rainbow Lorikeet Pair
At home in Tuross Head, NSW Australia
15 September 2001

MVC-867X_10Nov2002

Yellow Ranunculus
Floriade, ACT Australia
10 November, 2002

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PHOTOGRAPHS: All photographs by Sabrina Caldwell, and other than resizing for web use, no alterations have been done to the photographs.
References
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[1]  Critiquing photography: A different perspective 23 Feb 2014
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