Weekly photo challenge: Patterns

Loved all these colors and shapes, so I thought I would present them all together to create their own pattern. They all remind me of spring because they are light and airy. From North Carolina porch rockers to a Rhode Island art gallery to a Massachusetts church — they all come together.

22 thoughts on “Weekly photo challenge: Patterns

  1. Great shots Julia! I have been wanting to do something with the amazing old tiles I see here everyday. Even my own house (over 350 years) has several patterns. Merci beaucoup! 🙂 Now, to get my camera replaced…

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