Cosmic Challenge: Unnatural Patterns

Some unnatural, man-made patterns from around the world.

The interesting architecture of the ‘Durian’ Arts Centre in Singapore. The 'Durian' Arts Centre, interesting architectureBlack & white rolling balls make an interactive art piece at the Escher Museum in Den Haag, Holland.Black & white rolling balls make an interactive art piece at the Escher Museum in Den Haag, HollandFloor tiles in Talpa, one of Mexico’s Pueblos Magicos in the Pacific high sierras.Floor tiles in Talpa, one of Mexico's Pueblos Magicos in the Pacific high sierrasGeometric tile patterns and three niches at the Baby Taj, aka Itimad-ud-Daulah, a Mughal structure built completely from marble containing the tomb of the Persian nobleman. Geometric tile patterns and three niches at the Baby Taj, aka Itimad-ud-Daulah, a Mughal structure built completely from marble containing the tomb of the Persian noblemanColoured baskets for sale at the weekly market in the village at the end of Inle Lake (Myanmar). Coloured Baskets For Sale At the Weekly Market in the Village at the End of Inle Lake (Myanmar)Roof tiles on Minh Mang Royal Tomb in Hue, Vietnam. Roof Tiles on Minh Mang Royal Tomb in Hue, VietnamPlanet Hollywood exterior in Las Vegas, USA. Planet Hollywood, Las VegasNails on Robson, a selection of scrumptious nails for you (Canada).nails on RobsonThe ceiling in the Najera Monasterio de Santa Maria la Real, Spain.Najera Monasterio de Santa Maria la Real ceilingYellow flowered mural on a building in Cork, Ireland. Yellow flowered mural on a building in Cork, IrelandStriped bathing huts on the beach at Knokke Heist on Belgium’s coast. at Knokke-Heist on the Belgian CoastStained-glass window and checkered tablecloths in Café Sorgenfri in Copenhagen, Denmark. Stained-glass window and checkered tablecloths in Café Sorgenfri in Copenhagen, DenmarkMore of the K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Challenge: Unnatural Patterns.

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4 responses to “Cosmic Challenge: Unnatural Patterns

  1. Very interesting patterns indeed…

    Esplanade of Singapore is just amazing and provides great opportunities for experimenting with different angles, I felt 🙂

    Thank you for sharing 🙂

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