A display at Vivid 2019, Sydney
Definition of arc: a continuous portion (as of a circle or ellipse) of a curved line (says the Merriam-Webster dictionary)
Notice the arcs of light get larger as you move along the circles. This light sculpture is called Circa and was in the botanic gardens during the Vivid light festival this year.
This is my final post for October Squares Lines&Squares. Thanks once more to Becky for her tireless enthusiasm in hosting the Square challenges! I had a lot of fun trying to find creative interpretations of “line”. 🙂
A month of squares in retrospect:
Against the buffer, at the end of the train line.
Despite appearances, this is not a pirate threatening one of the security guys! Just a misleading camera angle.
Lines, Hooks, Sinkers! (And Kevin, a family friend)
The part you can’t see reads “The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World”
One foot in the west, one foot in the east. Prime Meridian, Greenwich.
Deck shuffleboard, Queen Mary 2.
Umbrellas at a bar in Port Douglas, Australia.
The Royal Surgeon guides me into the punishment pool.
The tree needs pruning, because all you can see through this slot is the tree.
Early morning beach grooming.
Caltex fuel pipeline, Botany Bay.
You can make out “stand behind’ and the yellow line on the platform. And the black bulk of steam engine 6029 as it eases into Bowral station.