Posted on November 2, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
It takes all kinds …
Kids leaning into the curve on the gokart track, Heritage Square, Colorado.
FRISCO — Today’s photo essay is all about curves, compiled for the weekly #FriFotos Twitter chat, one of my favorite social media events where I always see stunning photos from around the world and have a chance to reconnect with some of my Twitter pals. Since curves are one of the strongest elements of photo composition, it wasn’t hard to find a set of images that fit the bill. Choose your own curvy pictures, upload them to Twitter via your own favorite social media channel, add the #FriFotos hashtag and then sit back and enjoy the show.
The weathered curves of an abandoned whaling boat on the Antarctic Peninsula.
How about the curves of a rainbow?
My better half, @CoTravGirl, relaxes on the ancient curved steps of the amphitheater in Butrint, Albania, a fantastic world heritage site with hands-on architecture.
Keeping an ey on that curve ball!
Wind fills the curves of these snow kites, carrying skiers and boarders across the frozen surface of Dillon Reservoir.
I love the way these shadows seem to curve across the mountain landscape.
Ski tracks form a set of connected curves on Arapahoe Basin’s East Wall.
I’ve always thought of dolphins as being all curves.
The pleasing curves of a sailboat in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Photo by my son, @Coloradoskier10.
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